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Receptacle (réceptacle), a place destined to receive what life secerns from itself; used of graves and sewers: “O sacred r. of my joys,” Tit. I, 92. “this fell devouring r.” II, 3, 235. “in a vault, an ancient r.” Rom. IV, 3, 39. “empty old --s, or common shores, of filth,” Per. IV, 6, 186.
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