sideboard


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side·board

 (sīd′bôrd′)
n.
1. A long, low piece of dining room furniture having drawers and shelves for storing linens and tableware and a flat surface for serving food or displaying items.
2. A board that forms a side or part of a side: the sideboards of a skating rink.
3. sideboards Chiefly British Sideburns.

[Sense 3, probably alteration of sideburns.]

sideboard

(ˈsaɪdˌbɔːd)
n
(Furniture) a piece of furniture intended to stand at the side of a dining room, with drawers, cupboards, and shelves to hold silver, china, linen, etc

side•board

(ˈsaɪdˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd)

n.
a piece of furniture, often with shelves and drawers, for holding articles of table service.

Sideboard

A piece of dining room furniture used for storing things such as plates and silverware.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sideboard - a removable board fitted on the side of a wagon to increase its capacity
board - a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose; "he nailed boards across the windows"
2.sideboard - a board that forms part of the side of a bed or crib
board - a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose; "he nailed boards across the windows"
3.Sideboard - a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining roomsideboard - a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers
credenza, credence - a kind of sideboard or buffet
dining room, dining-room - a room used for dining
drawer - a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out
article of furniture, furniture, piece of furniture - furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
cellaret, minibar - sideboard with compartments for holding bottles
shelf - a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects
Translations
příborník
skænk
astiakaappi
kredenac
食器棚
찬장
omara za posodo
skänk
tủ bếp

sideboard

[ˈsaɪdbɔːd] Naparador m

sideboard

[ˈsaɪdbɔːrd] nbuffet m

sideboard

[ˈsaɪdˌbɔːd] ncredenza

Sideboard

بُوْفِيه příborník skænk Anrichte σκευοθήκη aparador astiakaappi buffet kredenac credenza 食器棚 찬장 dressoir anretningsbord kredens aparador буфет skänk ตู้เก็บเครื่องใช้หรือภาชนะที่ใช้ในการรับประทานอาหาร büfe tủ bếp 碗柜
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I don't often indulge like this," Barrington said, turning away from the sideboard with a tumbler already empty in his hands.
About midnight that steak was cut and cooked; and lighted by two lanterns of sperm oil, Stubb stoutly stood up to his spermaceti supper at the capstan-head, as if that capstan were a sideboard.
When they rose, so many of the magnates had something to say to Mr Merdle individually that he held little levees by the sideboard, and checked them off as they went out at the door.
Floyd were sure to retire with their glasses, while Cecil invariably lingered, sipping at his while she locked up the sideboard.
Half a dozen chairs had been carelessly pushed back, there were empty champagne bottles upon the sideboard, the air was faintly odorous of tobacco smoke - blue wreaths were still curling upwards towards the frescoed ceiling.
Granet had approached the dark mahogany sideboard and was fingering some bottles.
Behind it a great mahogany-appearing sideboard reached the ceiling.
To-day," Hamel declared, as he stood at the sideboard the following morning at breakfast-time and helped himself to bacon and eggs, "I am positively going to begin reading.
The sideboard was covered with glistening old plate--old cups, both gold and silver; old salvers and cruet-stands, like Rundell and Bridge's shop.
After sitting long enough to admire every article of furniture in the room, from the sideboard to the fender, to give an account of their journey, and of all that had happened in London, Mr.
The cardinal, on passing into his cabinet, found the Comte de la Fere, who was waiting for him, engaged in admiring a very fine Raphael placed over a sideboard covered with plate.
The dining-room, large and well-proportioned, had windows on two sides of it, with heavy curtains of red rep; there was a big table in the middle; and at one end an imposing mahogany sideboard with a looking-glass in it.