cloakroom

[ klohk-room, -roo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF cloakroom

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"This way, lady," says I, and when she pikes right by and heads for the cloakroom I almost has a fit.

She must have left them down in the cloakroom after morning walk.

The hall of the chancellory had been transformed into a cloakroom and there the crowd was thickest.

He has got such a lot of meddles he has to leave most of them in the cloakroom.

I only remember like in a dream my getting to the cloakroom.

From afar one might have thought that he was showing the newcomers the way to the cloakroom.

But Thrse, with intentional oversight, hurried towards the cloakroom.

The wit of the head girl produced a storm of laughter in the cloakroom.

They hurried from the cloakroom and tore into the hall, to discover the truth for themselves.

On Wednesday Calla greeted her in the cloakroom and drew her aside.

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