cabinet[ kab-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabinet
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He was a member of the Cabinet, but not of the House of Commons.
We will work on this in the White House, in the Cabinet agencies.
But the most characteristic display of all is the "Cabinet."
It was in February, 1855, that Mr. Gladstone resigned his seat in the Cabinet.
Ay; so every thing is that I keep in that cabinet of curiosities.
The Cabinet will recede more and more from our principles, our party.
Probably there will be only cabinet organs—don't worry, dear!
Then in a cabinet I superintended Cousin Egbert's change of raiment.
After them came Mr. Gladstone, with other members of the Cabinet.
After all, one is not an ex-British Cabinet Minister for nothing.