from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Cabinetwork: finely detailed cabinetry.
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- n. the craft of making high-quality wooden furniture; cabinetmaking
- n. high-quality wooden furniture; cabinetwork
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the craft of making furniture (especially furniture of high quality)
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That category consists mainly of paint, which, unlike cabinetry, is probably needed every few years even if homes aren't sold.
Features: Brazilian teak floors, master bedroom with gas fireplace, master bath with audio speakers, library with built-in cabinetry, recreation room with full bar, artist studio, built-in central-vacuum system, outside deck, waterfall and pond.
The off white walls contrasted with the dark wood floors and cabinetry is quite striking.
The cabinetry is all chocolaty wood, the countertops a hard Formica blaze of orange, a room that seems dark even when it is blazingly illumed.
I hope cabinetry is not in short supply in Mexico.
The company will manufacture industrial casework, which Miller described as cabinetry used in a commercial setting.
The telescoped stove hood theatrically lights up the stovetop at night; the cabinetry is a combination of Ikea cabinets painted gray or with blackboard paint, and custom-made units designed to fit around the appliances.
It lacks exterior and interior finishes, such as cabinetry and other wood work.
Trost said construction was about 12�½ days ahead of schedule, that interior work such as cabinetry and carpeting was under way and that the new Metro-North railroad station outside the stadium should be open by the third homestand, which starts May 15.
Trost said construction was about 12½ days ahead of schedule, that interior work such as cabinetry and carpeting was under way and that the new Metro-North railroad station outside the stadium should be open by the third homestand, which starts May 15.
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