Magazine - Definition, Synonym, Meaning, Spelling, Information on Magazine

a place where goods are stored; a warehouse or depot; a building in which arms, ammunition, or provision for an army are kept for use in time of war; in modern times it is a periodical publication which contains a wide range of articles, pictures, and advertisements, aimed at a class, age group, or other category of readers interested in a specific subject or place.


Examples: magazine of arms; of bliss; of chaises; of coal; of darts and arrow; of flesh, milk, butter, and cheese; of knowledge; of law; of learning; of malice; of nourishment; of petitions; of powder (gunpowder); of power; of provisions; of sin; of topics; of good words; cloudy magazine of storms.