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  • Info A closet (especially in North American usage) is an enclosed space, a cabinet, or a cupboard in a house or building used for general storage or hanging/storing clothes, no matter what the size. more...
  • He came out of the closet to his parents before going to school.
  • She also added what looks like a wood closet but has a false back.
  • He felt strongly about playing a gay character coming out of the closet.
  • James soon made him clerk of the closet, a position without political power.
  • A small key-operated wall safe is located in the closet area.
  • Its size can range from being small enough to fit in a closet to one hundred times that size.
  • It has two separate cells, one each for men and women, each with its own earth closet.
  • According to, he has the final game ball in his closet.
  • She also states she will be coming onto the Out of the Closet show.
  • A quarter after seven he went into a little closet.
  • A second door appears at the end of the closet, leading to the children's room.
  • She is pulled into the closet that once again is set on fire, killing her.
  • Once the war had ended, the radio was retired to the rear of a dark closet.
  • In one guest room, people claim to have seen a man standing over the bed before running into the closet.
  • "So many people said to me it was like coming out of the closet for the second time."
  • She found a hidden door in his closet and one of his old journals.
  • Closet drama continues to be written today, although it is no longer a very popular genre.
  • The National came out as the market place's most popular wash-out water closet.
  • Other members of the royal family may also have their own Clerk of the Closet.
  • A closet by definition is a small space used to store things.
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Meaning of closet

  • noun A small private room for study or prayer
  • verb Confine to a small space, as for intensive work