Origin of warehousing
noun, plural ware·hous·es [wair-hou-ziz] /ˈwɛərˌhaʊ zɪz/.
verb (used with object), ware·housed [wair-houzd] /ˈwɛərˌhaʊzd/, ware·hous·ing [wair-hou-zing] /ˈwɛərˌhaʊ zɪŋ/.
Origin of warehouse
Related Words for warehousingload, gather, bind, stow, bundle, collect, store, save, hoard, hide, stash, freeze, accumulate, stockpile, deposit, put, keep, bury, pack, secrete
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Contemporary Examples of warehousing
Jobs in the publishing world will shift away from old-line manufacturing and warehousing to technology, editorial, and creative.Will the Book Survive?
David "Skip" Prichard
July 28, 2010
Historical Examples of warehousing
I see her warehousing three of them, the only varieties, in fact, that I know in my district.More Hunting Wasps
J. Henri Fabre
A deposit with a bank would then be simply a warehousing transaction.Readings in Money and Banking
Chester Arthur Phillips
The warehousing system would enable the importer to watch the market and to select his own time for offering his goods for sale.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Tyler
Compiled by James D. Richardson
Our poor host replied despondently that he was warehousing them for the Heriki.The Cradle of Mankind
Hence in liming, bating, tanning, drying and in warehousing there are increased efforts to make a quicker turnover.Animal Proteins
Hugh Garner Bennett
verb (ˈwɛəˌhaʊz, -ˌhaʊs)
1799, from warehouse (n.). In the colloquial sense from 1972. Related: Warehoused; warehousing.