Entry from British & World English dictionary
A place for storing coal.
- The stolen art treasure, he revealed, was stored in a damp coal bunker as the thieves desperately sought a buyer.
- It doesn't seem yesterday - though actually it was 24 years ago - that she was playing in that sunlit garden in St Albans, stepping on snails under the coal bunker because they made such a nice crunchy noise.
- They were on their hands and knees out the back, and looking in the coal bunker and everything.
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