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Word: larder

Definition: pantry; place where food is kept


Sentences Containing '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?
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.
I carry a better larder on my horse's croup than a general takes with him when he goes on a march."
Sancho had recourse to the larder of his alforjas and took out of them what he called the prog; Don Quixote rinsed his mouth and bathed his face, by which cooling process his flagging energies were revived.
They dismounted, and Sancho stowed away his larder in a room of which the landlord gave him the key.
'With the exception of the heel of a Dutch cheese--which is not adapted to the wants of a young family'--said Mrs. Micawber, 'there is really not a scrap of anything in the larder.
I was accustomed to speak of the larder when I lived with papa and mama, and I use the word almost unconsciously.
If I had permitted him, I am satisfied that Traddles would have made a perfect savage of himself, and eaten a plateful of raw meat, to express enjoyment of the repast; but I would hear of no such immolation on the altar of friendship, and we had a course of bacon instead; there happening, by good fortune, to be cold bacon in the larder.

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