What is another word for Depositories?

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[ dɪpˈɒsɪtəɹˌiz], [ dɪpˈɒsɪtəɹˌiz], [ d_ɪ_p_ˈɒ_s_ɪ_t_ə_ɹ_ˌi_z]

Depositories are places where things can be safely stored. Synonyms for the word "depositories" may include storage facilities, warehouses, vaults, safe houses, and depositories. Storage facilities are especially useful for preserving items that need to be kept in a temperature-controlled environment. Warehouses serve more as a place for large-scale item storage such as products being sold in retail markets. Vaults and safe houses are typically used to store high-value items such as precious metals and art. Depositories can also be used as a synonym for banks, where money and valuables can be safely deposited. Whatever the purpose, the use of depositories is essential for preserving the integrity and safety of stored items.

Related words: depository, depositories, public depositories, public depositary, service depositories, depositary services, depositary

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    Usage examples for Depositories

    There were few or no auctioneers or horse Depositories when he began business; now the auctioneer was everywhere, and every country town of any consequence had its establishment for the reception and sale of horses.
    "Hodge and His Masters"
    Richard Jefferies
    On my asking the natives where it went to, they pointed to the various narrow water courses and the swamp as the final Depositories of the water.
    "Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia In Search of a Route from Sydney to the Gulf of Carpentaria (1848) by Lt. Col. Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell Kt. D.C.L. (1792-1855) Surveyor-General of New South Wales"
    Thomas Mitchell
    A prime factor in Ramerrez' success had from the first been the information which he was able to obtain from the Mexicans, not connected with his band, concerning the places that the miners used as temporary Depositories for their gold; and it was information of this sort that led Ramerrez and his men to choose a certain Mexican settlement in the mountains as a base of operations: namely, the tempting fact that a large amount of gold was stored nightly in the Polka Saloon, at the neighbouring camp on Cloudy Mountain.
    "The Girl of the Golden West"
    David Belasco

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