secretaire, alluviation, sediment, magazine, keep, secretary, deposition, monument, confessor, depositary, bank deposit, secretarial assistant, confidante, memorial, show, writing table, confidant, words, down payment, escritoire, sedimentation, deposit
container (part of speech: noun)
chest, stomach, bag, pocket, pot, box, suitcase, pouch, crate, case, belly, wallet, jar, flask, cabinet, barrel, cup, container, cask, basket, ladle, bladder, bottle, jug, tray, drawer, bowl, purse, bucket, trunk, sack, shelf, vat, receptacle, holder, can, decanter, reservoir, tank, drum
store (part of speech: noun)
crib, arsenal, coffer, cupboard, commissary, storehouse, stockpile, armory, treasure, store, corncrib, vault, storeroom, safe, grocery, bank, locker, supermarket, warehouse, accumulation, buttery, hayloft, depository, mart, lumberyard, depot, granary, bin, larder, cellar, cache, hoard, storage, silo, library, archive, emporium, market, closet
receptacle (part of speech: noun)
- Perhaps the kind emotions that had been awakened in her bosom, by the events of the last fortnight, were not content to exhibit themselves in wishes alone, and that petitions more personal, and even more fervent than common, mingled in her prayers; but this is a veil which it is not our province to raise, the heart of one so pure and so ingenuous being the best repository for its own gentle feelings. - "The Red Rover", James Fenimore Cooper.
- Monthly Repository, by W. J. Fox, vol. - "Life of Robert Browning", William Sharp.
- No one could tell them that he was the great repository of facts in the case, and Mr. Flexen believed that he had given him good cause to keep his mouth shut till he called on him to open it. - "The Loudwater Mystery", Edgar Jepson.