floordrobe


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floordrobe

(ˈflɔːˌdrəʊb)
n
informal a pile of clothes left on the floor of a room
[C21: blend of floor and wardrobe ]
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For instance, when I was writing a book for a fashion brand, I was suddenly in the best shape of my life, my flat was immaculate and all my invoices were up-to-date because I suddenly found the enthusiasm for doing anything but writing about fashion; I would get a rush of motivation to hang up clothes from my floordrobe (heap of clothes on the floor), unclog the drains and even do the piles of washing up that I'd hidden in the cupboard under the sink.
No one wants to see your floordrobe or that awkward guy photo-bombing behind you in a cafe.
If you are still living in the property you are trying to sell, chances are family members want to live their lives as normally as possible - this means the children will continue to leave their clothes on the floordrobe, despite pleas for them to keep their rooms tidy, while the bathrooms will be in constant use, as will the kitchen, the living room and dining room.