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  • noun Plural form of cubbyhole.

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Examples

  • Necklaces are presented in what can only be described as cubbyholes swathed in white tissue paper, which overwhelms and obscures the work rather than highlights the pieces.

    DCist

  • Memories need to be organized if we want to be able to recall them at will, and we reuse those organizing "cubbyholes" or topoi over and over again.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Memories need to be organized if we want to be able to recall them at will, and we reuse those organizing "cubbyholes" or topoi over and over again.

    Dharma Students Make Learning Ancient Languages Fun

  • It was hard for them to believe, tucked away in their cubbyholes fifteen thousand miles from the nearest Japanese outpost, that the entire Washington organization was dedicated to dispatching agents by sea or air as quickly as possible.

    A Covert Affair

  • Mostly though, like a lot of other things, health scams are a niche business now, with thousands of little cubbyholes on the internet.

    Pope Brock answers questions about Charlatan

  • If the cubbyholes and pockets of this crowded city aren't hiding our dogs -- the people are -- via one great human patchwork curtain.

    Braise The Dog

  • If the cubbyholes and pockets of this crowded city aren't hiding our dogs -- the people are -- via one great human patchwork curtain.

    chien perdu - French Word-A-Day

  • It was hard for them to believe, tucked away in their cubbyholes fifteen thousand miles from the nearest Japanese outpost, that the entire Washington organization was dedicated to dispatching agents by sea or air as quickly as possible.

    A Covert Affair

  • The place where the two sailors bed down for the night, most likely in shifts, are cubbyholes with taut mesh platforms better suited for storage than human slumber.

    Chauncey Zalkin: The Only American in the Race

  • The place where the two sailors bed down for the night, most likely in shifts, are cubbyholes with taut mesh platforms better suited for storage than human slumber.

    Chauncey Zalkin: The Only American in the Race

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