It was hard to miss the stash as the jury room is located just past the magnetometers through which everyone must pass.
Could he have left the stash of dragonglass weapons discovered last season?
I stash my car half a mile away, edge my way through to the front of the goggling crowds.
The Financial Times explains (paywalled) this morning that Cyprus is more than a place where rich Russians stash cash.
The shipments are taken to a stash house in a suburb of Los Angeles controlled by a high-level member of the Michoachan cartel.
M10 was captured last year during a raid by Chihuahua State Police on a stash house in Juárez.
The title comes straight from his own stash of highly memorable images, developed in his quest to become the U.S. memory champion.
Most dealers stored some of their cash in stash houses—heavily armed homes in suburban Miami.
They are not interested in the dregs from my stash of clothes.
It was amazing how much gold one man had been able to stash away.
"to conceal, hide," 1797, criminals' slang, of unknown origin, perhaps a blend of stow and cache. Related: Stashed; stashing.
"hoard, cache," 1914, from stash (v.). Slang sense of "personal supply of narcotics" is from 1942.
(also stash away) To hide; hoard; save up: I had not stashed any dough away/ I'd stash that jug (1797+)
[origin unknown; perhaps a blend of stow or store with cache]
A mustache; 'stache: He had a little red stash (1940+)