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Synonyms for cupboard

Synonyms for cupboard

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

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The second cupboard revealed (in the upper division of it) some really beautiful cameos--not mounted, but laid on cotton-wool in neat cardboard trays.
Turning to the lower division of the cupboard, I found more costly curiosities in the shape of ivory carvings from Japan and specimens of rare silk from China.
On baking day she determined to shut them up in a cupboard.
The cupboard door was not locked, so they pushed it open and came out.
"Oh, don't talk of Conspiracies!" her husband savagely interrupted, as he tossed the dagger into the cupboard. "You know about as much how to manage a Conspiracy as if you were a chicken.
He's sure to fetch the Professor, and we couldn't take him in, you know!" And in another minute the disguises were stowed away in the cupboard, the door unbolted, and the two Conspirators seated lovingly side-by-side on the sofa, earnestly discussing a book the Vice-Warden had hastily snatched off the table, which proved to be the City-Directory of the capital of Outland.
He put the book back in the cupboard and closed the door, for he did not wish anyone else to find and destroy his treasure, and as he went out into the gathering darkness he closed the great door of the cabin behind him as it had been before he discovered the secret of its lock, but before he left he had noticed the hunting knife lying where he had thrown it upon the floor, and this he picked up and took with him to show to his fellows.
Each head was in a separate cupboard lined with velvet.
I ran to the cupboard, and, sure enough, found there a blue phial of medicine, with the dose written on it on a paper, and this I administered to him with what speed I might.
Mrs Verloc turned slowly towards the cupboard, saying with deliberation:
We've got all sorts of secret stories in that cupboard. No, Lawrence--that's the poison cupboard.
He pointed to a little triangular cupboard of old worm-eaten walnut-wood fixed high in a corner of the room.
At length he rises, throws open the door of a corner cupboard, and refers to a few uncouth chalked strokes on its inner side.
So she went to the cupboard and cut herself some bread, which she spread with butter.
"Well," remarked the woman, as she bustled around the room and set the table and brought food from the cupboard, "you were unlucky to live all alone in that dismal forest, which is much worse than the forest around here; but perhaps your luck will change, now you are away from it.