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clothes cupboard

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clothes

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Synonyms for wardrobe

a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes

collection of costumes belonging to a theatrical company

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The garderobe was a small room built on the outside wall of the upper floor of a medieval house.
1120-40 (Phase 3), the chapel and garderobe to 1140-70, and the embanking of the tower after 1175.
379, 381, 385,387, 388, uses the term `shoot' to denote garderobe shafts, but the word appears to be a modern coinage used by archaeologists.
This ramp was built alongside the castle's main entrance and was steeply inclined to the garderobe, where there is still an opening in the walls.
The above criteria were then applied to results from analyses of a 17th-century latrine (1 soil sample), a medieval garderobe (3 soil samples) and two suspected Roman cess-pits (a total of 11 soil samples).
rst occupants should feel quite at home, even if they might be a little perplexed by the garderobe in the beamed bathroom that somehow manages to create hot rain indoors.
Armour-clad tutors were on hand to demonstrate the charm of chainmail and the finer points of eliminating an enemy, while the youngsters were given a unique insight into castle life, with the opportunity to hear and even smell a garderobe ( that's a loo in modern parlance.
During the restoration, building contractors discovered the historic lavatory -- called a garderobe on the upper floor of the four-storey building.
Marcella's churches, Capel Mawr and Capel Pendref, Burgess Gate, the partially built Leicester Church, which was intended to supplant St Asaph as the cathedral church, and Bronyffynnon, a 16th-century townhouse where the original toilet, or garderobe, was recently discovered.
oors, oak panelled drawing room, ancient oak doors and a 17th century garderobe or lavatory.
A late medieval toilet - called a garderobe - which was flushed by rainwater, was found behind the plaster on the top floor of the four-storey building.
Special features include the medieval garderobe or early lavatory, one of the oldest known, discovered in a wall.
While digging behind the plaster on the top floor of a four-storey building in Denbigh, they found a late medieval toilet - a garderobe - designed to be flushed by rainwater.