Synonyms and related words:
archives, armory, arsenal, attic, bank, basement, bay, bin, bonded warehouse, bookcase, box, bunker, buttery, cargo dock, cellar, chest, closet, conservatory, crate, crib, cupboard, depository, depot, dock, drawer, dump, exchequer, glory hole, godown, hold, hutch, library, locker, lumber room, magasin, magazine, rack, repertory, repository, reservoir, rick, shelf, stack, stack room, stock room, storage, store, storehouse, storeroom, supply base, supply depot, tank, treasure house, treasure room, treasury, vat, vault, warehouse, wine cellar

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  • lumberyard — noun Date: 1753 a yard where a stock of lumber is kept for sale …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • lumberyard — lum|ber|yard [ˈlʌmbəja:d US bərja:rd] n AmE a place where wood is kept before it is sold …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • lumberyard — noun (C) AmE a place where wood is kept before it is sold …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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