Related to Shorage: shortage


n.1.Duty paid for goods brought on shore.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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[7.] Griffin ME, Coffey M, Johnson H, Scanlon P, Foley M, Shorage J et al.
1946: A world wheat shorage led to bread rationing in Britain.
Off a rear hall is a study with oak shelving and access to the cellarage which has fitted wine shorage and a quarry tiled floor.
A shorage of storage space required that one-third of the company's finished foods be warehoused offsite, which meant added transportation and storage costs.