storehouse

Outbuilding vs Storehouse - What's the difference?

outbuilding | storehouse |


As nouns the difference between outbuilding and storehouse

is that outbuilding is a building, such as a barn, shed, or garage, that is separate from, but associated with some main building while storehouse is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse.

As a verb storehouse is

to lay up in store.

Storehouse vs Reserve - What's the difference?

storehouse | reserve | Related terms |

Storehouse is a related term of reserve.


As a noun storehouse

is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse.

As a verb storehouse

is to lay up in store.

As an adjective reserve is

reserved.

Storehouse - What does it mean?

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Depository vs Storehouse - What's the difference?

depository | storehouse |


As nouns the difference between depository and storehouse

is that depository is a place where something is deposited, as for storage, safekeeping or preservation; a repository while storehouse is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse.

As a verb storehouse is

to lay up in store.

Storehouse vs Stroge - What's the difference?

storehouse | stroge |

Storehouse vs Reservoir - What's the difference?

storehouse | reservoir | Related terms |

Storehouse is a related term of reservoir.


As nouns the difference between storehouse and reservoir

is that storehouse is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse while reservoir is reservoir.

As a verb storehouse

is to lay up in store.

Storehouse vs Warehpuse - What's the difference?

storehouse | warehpuse |

Storehouse vs Mine - What's the difference?

storehouse | mine | Related terms |

Storehouse is a related term of mine.


As verbs the difference between storehouse and mine

is that storehouse is to lay up in store while mine is .

As a noun storehouse

is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse.

As an adjective mine is

mined.

Storehouse vs Stockpile - What's the difference?

storehouse | stockpile | Related terms |

Storehouse is a related term of stockpile.


As nouns the difference between storehouse and stockpile

is that storehouse is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse while stockpile is a supply of something kept safe for future use.

As verbs the difference between storehouse and stockpile

is that storehouse is to lay up in store while stockpile is to accumulate a stockpile.

Storehouse vs Vein - What's the difference?

storehouse | vein | Related terms |

Storehouse is a related term of vein.


As nouns the difference between storehouse and vein

is that storehouse is a building for keeping goods of any kind, especially provisions; a magazine; a repository; a warehouse while vein is .

As a verb storehouse

is to lay up in store.

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