store

store
n
1. shop, market, mart, establishment; department store, supermarket, outlet, emporium; coop, thrift shop; mom and pop store, five-and-ten; drug store, pharmacy, apothecary; liquor store, package store, Brit. off-license, U.S. Mil. Class Six.
2. booth, counter, stall; concession, franchise, business.
3. accumulation, heap, pile, mass, cumulation; hoard, stock, stockpile, supply, fund; treasure, holdings, savings, Inf. loot; commodities, staples, wares, goods, provision; assets, inventory, stock in trade; reserve, capital, backlog, nest egg; effects, assortment; cache, deposit, reservoir.
4. abundance, bounty, volume, plenty; quantity, profusion, Inf. lots, Inf. raft; numbers, scores, multiplicity, richness, plenitude; superfluity, plethora.
5. in store
a. in readiness, in reserve, kept back.b. about to happen, coming, at hand, imminent; approaching, impending, destined.
6. set or lay store by
have a high regard for, value, esteem, prize, appreciate, credit; count on, depend on, rely on; trust in, have faith in, pin one's faith on, swear by, bank on.
v
7. accumulate, heap up, pile, pile up, roll up, stack up; collect, gather, assemble, mass, aggregate, bring together; amass, cumulate, agglomerate.
8. supply, provision, garner, store up, stock up, lay by, lay up, lay in, Inf. stash away, reserve, put aside, set aside; save up, save; hoard, squirrel away, load up, stow away; deposit, keep, hold, preserve; conserve, retain, husband; cache, warehouse; feather one's nest, Inf. salt down or away.
9. keep, keep well, hold, hold up, Inf. last forever.

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