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  • n. Plural form of phonebooth.

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Examples

  • I still can't get used to talking on a cellphone when one is offered to me because there's no bloody phonebooths anywhere.

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  • Black Clark Kent always checks the coin return slot in the phonebooths where he changes into costume.

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  • That's one of the frustrating things about those Vivox phonebooths.

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  • In dirty old phonebooths till his work was through

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  • There are wooden phonebooths and the men's and women's bathrooms are spaces widely apart.

    Eater National

  • For decades, Samaritans has posted their helpline number on phonebooths at common suicide spots such as bridges and train platforms.

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  • In an article headlined British Design: Not What It Used to Be, Rawsthorn cast a doleful eye over Britain's once standard-setting postboxes, phonebooths, buses, and so forth.

    The Guardian World News

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    Nick Carr: Scouting NY on TV!

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    Nick Carr: Scouting NY on TV!

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