closets

All Noun
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  • I used to open his closets and just watch all the records he had.
  • Would that they might have had some of those closets at home that are never entered! Cited from Woman And Her Savior In Persia, by Unknown
  • The third floor usually contains two large and two small rooms, and several closets. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • She started to open the closets, one after the other, beginning at the left. Cited from The Bat, by M. R. Rinehart & Avery Hopwood
  • I could hear him now, hunting through all the rooms and closets down below. Cited from The Voyage of the Hoppergrass, by E. Pearson
  • The upper story contained five rooms, three of which were of good size, and two closets. Cited from Venetia, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • The new law book was put away in one of the closets of the temple for safe-keeping. Cited from Hebrew Life and Times, by Harold B. Hunting
  • Within rooms, closets and windows are also notably large and soft light is present throughout the hall.
  • But it has closets in it, and we did not like to be seen going to them any time of day. Cited from The Mayor's Wife, by Anna Katharine Green
  • It has only one large room with some closets. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. VIII, Ed. by Francke
  • And may you carefully read in your closets what you have perhaps inattentively heard in the church! Cited from The English Church in the Eighteenth Century, by Overton
  • I never had half closets enough, and I don't believe any woman did if she would tell the truth. Cited from Samantha at the World's Fair, by Marietta Holley
  • There were but few closets, and this was a great trial to them. Cited from Woman And Her Savior In Persia, by Unknown
  • On the second floor these closets were by far the most irregular and numerous. Cited from I and My Chimney, by Herman Melville
  • You've looked over those old books and papers, spring-cleaned your old closets, too long. Cited from Life at High Tide, by Various
  • His house had been lately added to, and contained many rooms and closets. Cited from Historic Tales, Vol. 1 (of 15), by Charles Morris
  • Here five officers were found hiding in closets or under houses.
  • Officers will smoke, either upon deck or in the smoking-room near the water-closets. Cited from Military Reminiscences of the Civil War V2, J. Cox
  • She took a light, went to my room, to her own, opened lockers and closets. Cited from Child of a Century, Alfred de Musset, v3
  • The two closets should be made wide, and broad enough to receive a common waiter. Cited from A Treatise on Domestic Economy, by Catherine Esther Beecher
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Root form of closets is closet for both verb and noun.

Meaning of closets

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