- n. Plural form of armoire.
“With TVs getting as large as some SUVs and no longer hidden in armoires, wives are putting their foot down when it comes to placing these in their living rooms.”
“David Oxford, commissioned mahogany armoires from a local craftsman.”
“These old houses often have few if any closets; clothing was hung in armoires.”
“Bear-warden; a most uncivil jest, since it not only insinuated that the founder of our house occupied such a mean situation as to be a custodier of wild beasts, a charge which, ye must have observed, is only entrusted to the very basest plebeians, but, moreover, seemed to infer that our coat-armour had not been achieved by honourable actions in war, but bestowed by way of paranomasia, or pun upon our family appellation --- a sort of bearing which the French call armoires parlantes; the”
“Bedroom furniture and contemporary bedroom furniture bed sets including platform beds, mattresses, dressers, armoires, and other home furnishings.”
“Apart from just the modern bedroom furniture sets, another alternative can be complete contemporary bedroom suites with matching armoires, dressers, retro chaise lounge, and mirrors that are designed exotically to match the modern style.”
“He optimized search engine keywords so that Holden|Ollesson appeared atop results for furniture, Arts and Crafts, Greene and Greene, rocking chairs, armoires, and Tom Cruise.”
“Some resemble armoires with wooden legs and carved detailing.”
“Out go the trophy appliances and in come the couches and antique armoires.”
“She was supposed to arrange for the Salvation Army to get the armoires.”
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