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locker

[ lok-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF locker

Synonyms for locker

  • chest
  • closet
  • trunk
  • cabinet
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"The stolen goods were found in her locker," Gilder declared in a tone of finality.

She said, too, that she had never seen the things found in her locker.

She drew a package from the locker and looked at it ruefully.

Jim got the first glimpse, and slumped down on the locker sick.

Jim moved a little way along the locker, and you could see he was insulted.

At length he yielded, and I got into the locker, where I was covered with potatoes.

Cain released Francisco, and resumed his seat on the locker.

What'll you take for the rest of the grub in the locker there, spot cash?

There's cigarettes on the locker and a nip of the Scotch to keep the chill out.

For a minute he stood undecided, and then he put them both in the locker.

WORD ORIGIN

small chest that can be locked, late 14c., agent noun from Middle English lokken (see lock (v.)). Earlier "a mechanism for locking" (early 14c.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOCKER

cabinet

nouncupboard for storage
  • case
  • chiffonier
  • closet
  • commode
  • container
  • depository
  • dresser
  • escritoire
  • locker
  • repository
  • wardrobe
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