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treasure house

or treasure-house

a building, room, or chamber used as a storage place for valuables; treasury.
a place or source where things of value or worth may be found:
Books are the treasure house of ideas.
Origin of treasure house
late Middle English
1425-75; late Middle English Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • You should feel absolute assurance that with its aid you can open the treasure house of your desires.

    Certain Success Norval A. Hawkins
  • That is nothing to what he has in his treasure house, answered the gazelle.

  • The second floor is the treasure house for the more varied remains.

  • This old store box was his treasure house, just as it's now mine.

    A Girl Of The Limberlost Gene Stratton Porter
  • He must read the hero tales and romances till he knows them as a treasure house out of which he may draw at his need.

    Literature in the Elementary School Porter Lander MacClintock
  • But with this key of memory we can open nature's treasure house much more fully.

  • The treasure house from which to choose is almost unlimited.

  • America was her treasure house, and from it alone could she hope to keep her leaking purse full of gold and silver.

  • For he was certain that the isolated structure Soriki had pointed out was not the treasure house they had come to loot.

    Star Born Andre Norton
  • "The treasure house at Alwar was robbed," he said, his eyes upon the papers in his hand.

    Caravans By Night Harry Hervey

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