cubbyhole

[ kuhb-ee-hohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cubbyhole

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Murgatroyd remained in his cubbyhole, his tail curled over his nose.

He went to sleep, with Murgatroyd curled up in his cubbyhole.

But he marched away, back to the cubbyhole in which he had awakened.

Back in his cubbyhole downstairs, Walter stared hopelessly at the reports.

He began to empty the cubbyhole of all the items that had been packed into it for storage.

I think it's in the cubbyhole where we keep our oilskins, you know.

The concierge was smiling at him from her cubbyhole beside the stairs.

In the office beyond the partition of his cubbyhole a woman was sobbing.

Murgatroyd headed straight for his cubbyhole and crawled into it.

A moment later the patrolman loomed up outside the cubbyhole door, the woman in tow.

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