Store

From Old French estor.

  • 09.011 from store or table
  • 11.001 and the rest was made into a store under a tent,
  • 11.002 Indeed their stores had no need of any guard,
  • 11.016 and such stores
  • 12.025 and all our stores lost,’
  • 12.027 and bundles of stores,
  • 12.033 Luckily they had saved enough of their stores
  • 12.039 to go back to the store by the river
  • 14.042 but great store of goods he sent ahead by water.
  • 15.027 not far from where the rest of their stores had been left.
  • 17.034 They had brought with them a great store of supplies;

“store, n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, June 2016. Web. 28 June 2016.

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