Incorrect spelling, explanation:
instored is an incorrect form, probably mistaken with stored. However some online dictionaries provide instore as an existing verb, which may mean that it is used, maybe in some more conversational, colloquial situations. With that being said, instore is the correct form (more often spelled in-store) of an adjective meaning, that something is in stock (for example in a shop).
Correct spelling, explanation: instore (more often spelled in-store) is an adjective meaning something is available in a shop or magazine. It is crated by merging in (inside) and store. Although some minor sources suggest instore as a verb, which would make the form
instored existing, it is probably mistaken with the verb store meaning keeping in store, gathering.
Definition of instore (in-store):
adjective, available, in stock of a store or magazine
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