Store in a sentence

Definition of Store

(transitive) To keep (something) while not in use, generally in a place meant for that purpose. | (transitive, computing) To write (something) into memory or registers. | (intransitive) To remain in good condition while stored.

Short Example Sentence for Store

  • 1. An era of disaster was in store for most of them.
  • 2. In the morning he came into the store laughing.
  • 3. Yet its friends over there seem to set much store by it.
  • 4. The second lawn had greater things in store for me.
  • 5. Silent Saunders was in the general store and saloon.
  • 6. Great store of gold I lavished.
  • 7. He has levied a store tax, a copra tax, and a tobacco tax.
  • 8. It's a grocery store ye've got, and not a stamp mill.
  • 9. I felt that perhaps it was the grocery store which had made her hesitate.
  • 10. The posters made a fine show in the various store windows of the town.
  • 11. When the vacant store had been used, at the rear was a temporary kitchen.
  • 12. There was an enterprising Parsi merchant who had opened a store there.
  • 13. They needed to store up $5,000,000,000 instead of $2,000,000,000 a year.
  • 14. The millinery store stood next to the corner of Fort Street.

How to use Store in a Sentence?

  • 1. It was no matter of regret to him that he had only a sufficient store for one meal.
  • 2. It was whispered that the brothers had a great surprise in store for them, a remarkable discovery.
  • 3. Egad, if this pistol had belonged to him I should set some store by it out of sheer curiosity.
  • 4. Then Frank had gone on his way to report at the empty store half an hour earlier than he expected.
  • 5. Part of the fixing up of the store room Mr. Morton had agreed to do at his own expense.
  • 6. It was on a rainy November night that I came down to the store to call Billy to supper.
  • 7. Billy and I came down from the North and opened a grocery store at Jefferson Corners.
  • 8. Later on those residing on other roads do the same thing and connect their lines to the same store or central point.
  • 9. Perhaps he had some inkling of the remarkable future in store for the science of aeronautics, then in its infancy!
  • 10. His rescuers pushed this over to where the water was shallow and then carried the man into a drug store fronting the boardwalk.
  • 11. If you have seen a good store or factory tell what helps to keep the workers comfortable and healthy.
  • 12. It is a daily store of all the rarest and richest articles of food money can command for the discontented palate of man.
  • 13. Perhaps it only needs a leader to turn this store of energy into wider channels and to make it subservient to larger ends.
  • 14. They went in a body to the store and purchased candles, and then the motley cavalry coursed over the prairie after the rest.
  • 15. The general store and saloon of the old mining camp still stood at the corner of the town facing the desert.
  • 16. Jolly had got the idea in his head of cutting down living expenses and utilizing the old kitchen tacked on to the store building.
  • 17. She was not in her tent, nor had she fallen over the embankment, and the fact that she set great store by her afternoon rides deepened the mystery.
  • 18. In this way he could store up her looks, her words, her gestures, against the time when the memory of them would be all he should have.
  • 19. Well, in the morning, me and Collie got some sardines and crackers to the store and a little coffee.
  • 20. At the rate of one parra per month for each person, 1,875 people could be maintained for two years with this store of rice.
  • 21. As the work has to wait for Dutch bricks, it will be some time before it can be commenced, because there are none in store here.
  • 22. No matter what kind of a licking was in store for you, you weren't afraid; you told the truth....
  • 23. Billy and I both have nice tastes, and we know what we want; and we feel that the grocery store is just a stepping-stone to better things.
  • 24. The lot lay in an "L," and at the rear of the store the first owner had built a small connecting cottage to live in.
  • 25. Was there anything which came from our own neighborhood, and which did not have to take a long journey either to the factory where it was manufactured or to the store where it was sold?
  • 26. In these will be found full discussions of many points here briefly treated and an abundant store of illustrations to supplement those given in this book.