American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A group of unofficial advisers to the head of a government.
- n. Built-in cabinet found in a kitchen.
- n. informal An informal group of advisors to a country's chief executive, as distinguished from the official cabinet.
- n. an inner circle of unofficial advisors to the head of a government
- From the story that President Andrew Jackson met with his unofficial cabinet in the White House kitchen. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Next to Ole Smokey sat an ancient kitchen cabinet outfitted with metal bins for flour, sugar, coffee, and tea.”
“At one end, the end where Cousin Ann was ironing, stood the kitchen stove, gleaming black, with a tea-kettle humming away on it, a big hot-water boiler near it, and a large kitchen cabinet with lots of drawers and shelves and hooks and things.”
“She looked in my kitchen cabinet and saw stacks of cans of Heinz Vegetarian Beans.”
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