closet[ kloz-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF closet
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Harriet had not "gone into her closet and shut the door" for nothing.
It was over his image that she had lingered that morning in her closet.
Tears, of course, except in the privacy of one's closet, were not ethical on the Street.
She offered to go to my closet: I stept in before her: touch it, if you dare.
Nothing else ought ever to be heard of in the school, or in the closet.
I'll chalk a lane into the closet, an' we'll both keep a right o' way there.
He is now in his mother's closet, whose eyes he has turned into her very soul.
She got up from the bed and went to the door of the closet where she kept her dresses.
Nothing whatever was in the closet, and Alice was rather surprised at this for a moment.
Jane was ushered into the closet, and soon scented out the skirt.