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  • noun Plural form of armoir.

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Examples

  • It was really his medium because it wasn't something where he had to sell products and show how to make money off rubber, it was -- it was celebrating the esthetic wonders of the world, and he was able to produce this exhibit that had paintings on slabs of hard rubber and armoirs and medals, and so forth.

    Noble Obsession: Charles Goodyear, Thomas Hancock, and the Race to Unlock the Greatest Industrial Secret of the Nineteenth Century

  • In the pillaging of the armoirs, they seized a pink

    A Confederate girl's diary,

  • What a scene of confusion! armoirs spread open, with clothes tumbled in every direction, inside and out; ribbons, laces on floors; chairs overturned; my desk wide open covered with letters, trinkets, etc.; bureau drawers half out, the bed filled with odds and ends of everything.

    A Confederate girl's diary,

  • They destroyed everything they could lay their hands on, if it could not be carried off; broke open armoirs, trunks, sacked the house, and left it one scene of devastation and ruin.

    A Confederate girl's diary,

  • What a scene of confusion! armoirs spread open, with clothes tumbled in every direction, inside and out; ribbons, laces on floors; chairs overturned; my desk wide open covered with letters, trinkets, etc.; bureau drawers half out, the bed filled with odds and ends of everything.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary

  • They destroyed everything they could lay their hands on, if it could not be carried off; broke open armoirs, trunks, sacked the house, and left it one scene of devastation and ruin.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary

  • In the pillaging of the armoirs, they seized a pink flounced muslin of

    A Confederate Girl's Diary

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