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Synonyms for cupboard

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Synonyms for cupboard

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

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"In the kitchen was the boiler cupboard and in that officers observed what appeared to be several firearms.
Inside, Raymond Craig, 65, was struggling to get his 86-year-old parents Norman and Mona out after being woken by a smoke alarm when fire broke out in an upstairs boiler cupboard.
This provides room for freezers, a sink, plumbing for laundry equipment and walk in boiler cupboard. Beyond is a huge pantry, once the dairy and still with its slate topped settles.
When police visited the house they found an empty glass in the boiler cupboard which had DNA from Royal on it.
Andy Cross found Emma Shaw's body in the boiler cupboard of their flat after receiving a text message from her warning: "The electric's sparking."
"We kept it for two weeks wrapped up in a toilet roll tube which we kept in an ice cream tub in our boiler cupboard.
When officers searched his home on Teesdale Terrace, Thornaby, they found pounds 1,010 cash in a boiler cupboard.
Only 57% of people questioned knew that their boiler cupboard could contain the deadly material.
Hexham fire station manager Kenny Simpson said: "The fire appears to have started in a boiler cupboard within the bathroom on the first floor and is thought to have been an accidental blaze but the cause is still being investigated.
Atherstone fire officers fitted free smoke alarms to the 80-year-old woman's home in Hurley last year - and the system activated within seconds of a fire breaking out in her boiler cupboard.
Fire chiefs said the son, believed to be in his 50s, was woken up by a smoke alarm shortly after 4am after the fire broke out in the boiler cupboard of the semi in Warden View, Wall, near Hexham.
The court heard that Malcolm, of Camelon, Stirlingshire, suddenly jumped out of a boiler cupboard screaming and waving a large knife.
The mother had smelt smoke coming from the boiler cupboard and opened the cupboard door to check.