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Synonyms for closet

Synonyms for closet

to enclose so as to hinder or prohibit escape

Synonyms for closet

a small room (or recess) or cabinet used for storage space

a toilet in Britain

a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes

a small private room for study or prayer

confine to a small space, as for intensive work

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He had been asked to help to sell a closetful of items which had been forfeited to a New York broker for non-payment of fees or left as unclaimed.
While a marketing degree from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and 12 years of retail experience had prepared her to meet the challenges of business ownership, it was her closetful of bridesmaid dresses and her own wedding experience--combined with the limited local resources for brides-to-be--that led her to create Down the Aisle in Style, a Manchester bridal boutique offering wedding couture and accessories for brides-to-be and their wedding parties.
Wilson has a closetful of Wonderland Cave memorabilia at his home in Bella Vista.
Our City Council must have gotten off its derriere and found a closetful of money to give out 4 percent raises.
Although initially offering the kind of history Scott critiques as Dora promises to reveal "the entire family's closetful of secrets" (1996, 48), Wise Children is never simply driven by Dora's anger or spite, for it quickly becomes an interrogation of the historical forces and social myths that helped produce her experiences.