Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cubby.

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Examples

  • Mason informed me this morning that there would be no more "cubbies" for his things.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • I have so many chilkdhood memories of climbing trees and building "cubbies" in them to play in.

    Really big trees...

  • She makes use of the "cubbies" that vegetable oil is sold in and make batches that are 3-4 gallons in size.

    MAKE Magazine

  • When my kids were in elementary school, as they entered their classroom from outside, they could store their backpacks in individual cubbyholes or "cubbies" in storage racks.

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  • In the living room is a black Eames chair, a set of cubbies with a vinyl record collection and a record player.

    A Rockin' Forest Fairy Tale

  • The focus of the interior is a stairway, flanked on one side by a steel cable railing and on the other by a two-story-tall wall of square cubbies filled with books, vases and architecture magazines.

    Choosing to Live on the Edge

  • As Ben checks out latches for the car seats — "They really suck in our car," he says — Jill searches for cupholders and storage cubbies.

    Tiernan family checks out the cars

  • Paul Dyer for The Wall Street Journal The focus of the interior is a stairway, flanked on one side by a steel cable railing and on the other by a two-story-tall wall of square cubbies filled with books, vases and architecture magazines.

    San Francisco On the Edge

  • The Tiernans went through every car looking for details, such as whether iPod jacks were easy to locate and whether seatback pockets and backseat cubbies would hold all of daughter Dani's toys and crayons.

    Tiernan family checks out the cars

  • The third grade classroom I was assigned to was something straight out of my chapter books: cubed wooden cubbies for coats, desks with plenty of storage for my future art projects, and a glittered diagram of the solar system sticky-tacked against the back wall.

    Velcro Shoes, a Cardboard Computer, and Other Signs of Brilliance

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