Organ, limb, arm, hand, finger, claw, paw, talons, tentacle, wing, oar, paddle, pincer, plier, forceps, thimble.
Supplies, munition, ammunition, reinforcement, relay, contingents.
Baggage, luggage, bag and baggage, effects, goods, chattels, household stuff, equipage, paraphernalia, impedimenta, stock-in-trade, pelf, cargo, lading, see 780.
Metal, ore, brick, clay, wood, etc.
(Phrases). A shot in the locker; a hand at cards.
Collection, accumulation, heap 72, hoard, magazine, pile, rick, savings, bank 802, treasury, reservoir, repository, repertory, repertoire, depot, depository, treasure, thesaurus, museum, store-house, promptuary, reservatory, conservatory, menagerie, aviary, aquarium, receptacle, warehouse, entrepot, dock, larder, spence, garner, granary, store-room, box-room, lumber-room, hanaper, silo, cistern, well, tank, mill-pond, armoury, arsenal, coffer, etc. 191, nest-egg.
(Verbs). To store, stock, treasure up, lay in, lay by, lay up, fund, garner, save, husband, hoard, deposit, accumulate 72.
To reserve, keep back, hold back.
(Phrases). To husband one's resources; to have two strings to one's bow; [Greek text].
(Adjectives). Stored, etc., in store, in reserve, spare.
Forage, pasture, food, etc. 298.
A purveyor, caterer, contractor, commissary, quarter-master, jackal, feeder, batman.
(Verbs). To provide, supply, furnish, purvey, suppeditate, replenish, fill up, feed, stock with, recruit, cater, find, fend, keep, lay in, lay in store, store, forage, husband 636, upholster.
(Phrase). To bring grist to the mill.
(Verbs). To waste, spend, expend, use, consume, spill, leak, run out, run to waste, disperse 73, ebb, dry up, impoverish, drain, empty, exhaust; to fritter away, squander.
(Phrases). To cast pearls before swine; to burn the candle at both ends; to employ a steam-hammer to crack nuts; to break a butterfly on a wheel.
(Adjectives). Wasted, spent, profuse, lavish, etc., at a low ebb.
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