Garage [noun]

Definition of Garage:

storage building for vehicles, workplace

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Sentence/Example of Garage:

The Thing was created by two entrepreneurs, Kelley Higney and her mother, Ellen McAlister, who started selling the product out of their garage before appearing on an episode of Shark Tank in 2019 to get funding.

Before I knew it, we were back in the garage in the rear seat of the limo.

An industrial engineer, Hutchins helped design the M16, the weapon of choice for American soldiers during the Vietnam War, and he invented several tools that may be currently sitting in your garage.

His garage was frequently opened when he was in there tinkering.

In the tumult of the previous weeks, you never visited the car garage.

Wrapped around it like an ivy vine was a spiraling ramp that would allow drivers to motor up its sides, park in the 500-car garage and hike a few more steps to dine in the 2,000-seat restaurant near the top.

For the first 45 minutes or so, they said, they were held in a parking garage without having been read their rights.

In any case, the fact is that many successful commercial products started off in someone’s garage or basement or crop field.

She knew there would be plenty of rope in the Norwood barn or the garage for their need in erecting the aerials.

Delancy turned the sedan through the door of the big garage, rolled across the wide parking floor to the cement ramp at the rear.