larder


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a supply of food especially for a household

a small storeroom for storing foods or wines

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He could not offer them fish, but he had something else in his larder.
After welcoming their sisters, they triumphantly displayed a table set out with such cold meat as an inn larder usually affords, exclaiming, "Is not this nice?
Oh, let us hope," said Aramis, "that with the help of God and of Bazin we shall find something better than that in the larder of the worthy Jesuit fathers.
The owners, who officiate as caterers for the voyage, supply the larder with an abundance of dainties.
Ben Jones, also, killed a fallow deer and a wolverine, and as they were enabled to carry the carcasses on their rafts, their larder was well supplied.
There was plenty of eggs, butter, bread, and so on in the larder, and Clare soon had breakfast laid, his experiences at the dairy having rendered him facile in domestic preparations.
There are men pitted against men, and against beasts for the edification of Issus and the replenishment of her larder.
A few moments later our poet found himself in a tiny arched chamber, very cosy, very warm, seated at a table which appeared to ask nothing better than to make some loans from a larder hanging near by, having a good bed in prospect, and alone with a pretty girl.
You see that wicked men don't break into her larder when she's out at HER work--helping poor souls who have lost their way.
The men made snowshoes, hunted fresh meat for the larder, and in the long evenings played endless games of whist and pedro.
Fortunately the sitting-room is tidy and there's plenty in the pantry," said Felicity, who could face anything undauntedly with a well-stocked larder behind her.
It was getting too late to proceed farther, so we rigged a sling, and the two men carried the deer back toward the launch while I walked a hundred yards ahead, in the hope of bagging something further for our larder.
And the four of us landed on the little beach and set up housekeeping among the coconuts with a larder full of dynamite and square-face.
The reader will perceive that I am treating the subject rather from an economic than a dietetic point of view, and he will not venture to put my abstemiousness to the test unless he has a well-stocked larder.
Were you never in the larder, where cheeses lie on the shelves, and hams hang from above; where one dances about on tallow candles: that place where one enters lean, and comes out again fat and portly?