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  • n. A small refrigerator, such as is often found in hotel or dormitory rooms


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mini- +‎ fridge


  • Doors left open and lights being left on also are being targeted, but the minifridge has been the focus, with school board members considering a policy against them.

  • I put the kettle on (tea and coffee are in a nice wooden box, pity no fresh milk in the minifridge) and go to throw open … oh no, health and safety's window police have been at it again.

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  • And seriously, the minifridge definitely helps you keep from heading upstairs to distractions when you want something to drink or a quick snack! bealerDSB

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  • Flipping over the CLOSED FOR LUNCH sign, I mock strutted my way to the minifridge in the storage room for a couple of Cokes and a sandwich, my hips swaying counterpoint.

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  • He told them that they needed to restock the liquor in the minifridge, and that he wanted a bottle of chardonnay to share with his new lady friend.

    Jew Bitch

  • As you help pack up the minifridge, laptop and extra-long twin she ets for your college freshman, you might consider a few other last-minute chores:

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  • Daniel got up and pulled another beer from the minifridge.


  • Daniel stalked over to the minifridge and pulled out a beer.


  • Gage watched her get up and take a pair of beers from the minifridge.

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  • Kelsey got up and felt his gaze on her as she retrieved a couple of beers from the minifridge.

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