armoire

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A type of cupboard, cabinet, or wardrobe - originally used for storing weapons
A usually tall cupboard or wardrobe
French name for a linen-press, wardrobe, or a large cupboard
wardrobe
French cupbaord similar to a wardrobe Usually has two doors usually paneled but often glazed
Originally a French term for a cabinet used to store armor; now usually a tall wardrobe with doors, often elaborately carved or painted
a large piece of furniture with doors, and sometimes shelves, that you hang clothes in British Equivalent: wardrobe (Latin armarium, from arma; ARM)
a large wardrobe or cabinet; originally used for storing weapons
A large, ornate cupboard or wardrobe that is used for storage
A tall wardrobe with doors and shelves for clothing, more recently adapted for use as an entertainment center or at-home computer work station
A tall wardrobe with doors and shelves for clothing, more recently adapted for use as an entertainment center or at-home computer workstation
> An armoire is a tall wardrobe, often with paneled doors, which is used for storing clothes and/or linens Perhaps the earliest armoires were used for storing arms and armor
A tall one or two-doored cupboard or wardrobe used for the storage of linens and garments
A tall wardrobe with doors and shelves for clothing, more recently armoires have been adapted for use as an entertainment center or computer workstation
A moveable cabinet with doors and shelves
A tall cupboard typically used to hang clothes but originally used for armoire
jewellery armoire
A cabinet, appearing like a small table-standing armoire, used to store jewellery, with space to hang chains and large pieces and drawers and compartments to store smaller pieces
armoires
plural of armoire
armoire
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