pigeonhole[ pij-uhn-hohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF pigeonhole
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He said coolly to the official who aroused him, 'Go to pigeonhole No.
And reaching behind him into a pigeonhole he extracted an envelope, which he passed to me.
He belongs to no class, evades the label, and fits into no pigeonhole.
I could make a square or pigeonhole corner or lay out a brick footing.
But he went to his desk, and drew a long sheet of paper from a pigeonhole.
The committee may pigeonhole it and not report it, or may report it too late for action by the body.
A category of pure reason is suspiciously like a pigeonhole.
The President tucked them into a pigeonhole of his desk without comment.
He pulled papers from the pigeonhole and spread them on the desk top.
A bill to erect a monument to him lies now rotting in some pigeonhole in Congress.