chiffonier

[ shif-uh-neer ]SEE DEFINITION OF chiffonier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHIFFONIER

It contained a small bed, a chiffonier and dresser, a table, some chairs and a trunk.

Jerry picked up the letter from the chiffonier and handed it to Ronny.

This done he studied himself in the glass of the chiffonier and was deeply pleased.

She was bending over the drawer of the chiffonier while she robbed it of its contents.

He kicked over a chiffonier, which tumbled on the carpet, broken into pieces.

From the chiffonier had gone the knick-knacks of silver and plate.

"Oh, dear," sighed Constance, as she glanced at the clock on the chiffonier.

Morel found the photograph standing on the chiffonier in the parlour.

She got out the wine and the biscuits from a chiffonier as she chattered, and set them before him.

Edna was placing the sketches in one of the empty drawers of the chiffonier.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHIFFONIER

wardrobe

nounclothes or furniture for storing clothes
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