wardrobe

Part of speech: noun

A closet for clothes; one's wearing - apparel.

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Usage examples "wardrobe":

  1. The dress being removed, Cytherea took it in her hand and went with it into the bedroom adjoining, intending to hang it in the wardrobe. - "Desperate Remedies", Thomas Hardy.
  2. Lovey Mary was sitting by a wardrobe making her last will and testament. - "Lovey Mary", Alice Hegan Rice.
  3. She bent over the bed where the new wardrobe was displayed, pretending to examine the dainty apparel, but in reality to hide the tears which would persist in gathering in her eyes at thought of separation from this playmate who had helped make life so happy for her since she had come to Silver Bow. - "Tabitha at Ivy Hall", Ruth Alberta Brown.