Store clothes

to value greatly; to have a high appreciation of.
- Shak.

See also: Store

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
You boys can go there for a general wash-up, rig yourselves up without saying anything, and then meander back careless and easy in your store clothes, just as the stage is coming in, sabe?"
Abdul Rahman said that the incident was the burning of a store in a building consisting of three floors and the incident on the third floor built of sandwiches and oven and Ginko took to store clothes. He pointed out that the incident did not result in any casualties./ End
An Airdrie businessman accused of running a cannabis farm said he believed a unit he rented out was being used to store clothes for a charity.
A businessman accused of running a cannabis farm in Cleland said he believed a unit he rented out was being used to store clothes for a charity.
Install drawers under your bed to store clothes, books and other things, and maximise on closet space.
Aside from being a display cabinet, it can be used to store clothes, with the rods provided.
Adam Wilkins' crippling losses led him to take perfume and department store clothes from Stockton High Street.
Also don't store clothes in damp cupboards or pack them too tightly in wardrobes.
Firefighters from Peterlee, Durham, Seaham and Bishop Auckland stations were called out to tackle the blaze in the building which is believed to store clothes.
OUTFIT to create 40 jobs at new Broughton store CLOTHES brands Top Shop, Topman and Dorothy Perkins arrives in Broughton this week with the launch of a new Outfit store.
However, even the dorm closet will be compact and the college student will need more room to store clothes and other dorm items that don't have a designated place elsewhere.
You will need: Bin liners A clothing rail, if possible Space to store clothes that need mending or alteration Hangers - preferably good quality Firstly, place items on the clothing rail if possible and discard any that are torn, stained, no longer fit or you just don't wear anymore.