Definition of Vault:

  1. A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings.

  2. An area, usually found in a bank or other financial institution, which is a safe and secure place for storing items of value. Bank vaults must meet a series of safety regulations, created by the Federal Reserve Board. Vaults are usually used to store cash, as well as customers safe deposit boxes.

  3. A large room or chamber used for storage, especially an underground one.

Synonyms of Vault

Caelus, Fort Knox, Highland fling, Air, Anabasis, And jump, Apse, Arcade, Arcature, Arch, Arched roof, Archives, Archway, Armory, Arsenal, Ascend, Ascension, Ascent, Attic, Azure, Bank, Barrow, Basement, Bay, Beehive tomb, Bend, Bend back, Bin, Blue sky, Bob up, Bonded warehouse, Bone house, Bookcase, Booth, Bounce, Bound, Bow, Box, Box grave, Break water, Broad jump, Buck, Buckjump, Bunker, Burial, Burial chamber, Burial mound, Bursary, Buttery, Caelum, Camber, Canopy, Canopy of heaven, Capriole, Cargo dock, Cash register, Cashbox, Catacomb, Catacombs, Cavity, Ceilinged roof, Cell, Cellar, Cellule, Cenotaph, Cerulean, Chamber, Charnel house, Chest, Cist, Cist grave, Clamber, Clear, Climb, Climbing, Closet, Coffer, Coin box, Compartment, Concameration, Concha, Conservatory, Cope, Cove, Crate, Crib, Cromlech, Crook, Crypt, Cupboard, Cupola, Curl, Curve, Curvet, Decurve, Deep six, Deflect, Demivolt, Depository, Depot, Dock, Dokhma, Dolmen, Dome, Drawer, Dump, Elevation, Embow, Empyrean, Enclosed space, Escalade, Ether, Exchequer, Firmament, Fisc, Flex, Float up, Fly up, Flying jump, Fountain, Galliard, Gelandesprung, Geodesic dome, Glory hole, Godown, Gold depository, Grand jete, Grave, Gush, Gyring up, Handspring, Heaven, Heavens, High jump, Hippety-hop, Hold, Hole, Hollow, Hook, Hop, House of death, Hump, Hunch, Hurdle, Hutch, Hyaline, Igloo, Increase, Incurvate, Incurve, Inflect, Jet, Jete, Jig, Jump, Jump over, Jump shot, Jump turn, Jump up, Jump-hop, Jump-off, Keystone, Last home, Lavolta, Leap, Leap over, Leap up, Leapfrog, Levitation, Library, Lift, Lifts, Locker, Long home, Long jump, Loop, Lop, Low green tent, Low house, Lumber room, Lumberyard, Magasin, Magazine, Manger, Mastaba, Mausoleum, Money chest, Monstrance, Morris, Mount, Mounting, Mummy chamber, Narrow house, Negotiate, Ogive, Ossuarium, Ossuary, Over, Overjump, Overleap, Overskip, Passage grave, Penny bank, Pew, Piggy bank, Pit, Pole vault, Pop up, Pork barrel, Pounce, Pounce on, Pounce upon, Public crib, Public till, Public treasury, Public trough, Pyramid, Rack, Recurve, Reflect, Reflex, Reliquary, Repertory, Repository, Reservoir, Resting place, Retroflex, Rick, Rise, Rising, Rocket, Rocketing up, Round, Running broad jump, Running high jump, Safe, Safe-deposit box, Sag, Saltation, Saut de basque, Sepulcher, Shaft grave, Shelf, Shoot up, Shooting up, Shrine, Skewback, Ski jump, Skip, Sky, Skyrocket, Soar, Soaring, Span, Spout, Spring, Spring up, Spurt, Stack, Stack room, Stall, Starry heaven, Start, Start aside, Start up, Steeplechase, Stock room, Storage, Store, Storehouse, Storeroom, Strong room, Strongbox, Stupa, Subtreasury, Supply base, Supply depot, Surface, Surge, Surmount, Swag, Sweep, Takeoff, Taking off, Tank, The blue, The blue serene, Till, Tomb, Tope, Tour jete, Tower of silence, Treasure house, Treasure room, Treasure-house, Treasury, Tumulus, Turn, Upclimb, Upcoming, Updive, Updraft, Upgang, Upgo, Upgoing, Upgrade, Upgrowth, Uphill, Upleap, Uplift, Upping, Uprisal, Uprise, Uprising, Uprush, Upshoot, Upslope, Upspear, Upspring, Upstart, Upsurge, Upsurgence, Upsweep, Upswing, Vat, Vault of heaven, Vault up, Vaulting, Voussoir, Warehouse, Welkin, Wind, Wine cellar, Zooming, Cellar, Basement, Underground chamber, Crypt, Undercroft, Catacomb, Cavern, Arched roof, Arched ceiling, Dome, Arch

How to use Vault in a sentence?

  1. I was asked by my employer to go open the precious metal vault so that the gold coins we were going to auction could be photographed.
  2. The new branch manager insisted that the banks main vault always be locked or guarded during business hours in the event of any criminal activity.
  3. A wine vault.
  4. If you have something extremely valuable and want to ensure its safety you should probably put it in a vault .
  5. A Gothic ribbed vault.

Meaning of Vault & Vault Definition