Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An ornamental stand or rack for holding music-books and sheet-music.

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Examples

  • The hangings, wall-paper, and floor coverings were to harmonize — not match — and the piano and music-cabinet for the parlor, as well as the etagere, cabinets, and pedestals for the reception-rooms, were to be of buhl or marquetry, if Frank cared to stand the expense.

    The Financier

  • So Jones inters it in the darkest corner of the music-cabinet.

    The Joyful Heart

  • When Mrs. Manderson returned, he was hunting through the music-cabinet.

    The Woman in Black

  • The hangings, wall-paper, and floor coverings were to harmonize -- not match -- and the piano and music-cabinet for the parlor, as well as the etagere, cabinets, and pedestals for the reception-rooms, were to be of buhl or marquetry, if Frank cared to stand the expense.

    The Financier, a novel

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