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A piece of furniture, such as a cabinet or a bookcase, with a central section that projects beyond the sections to either side.
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(Furniture) (prenominal) (of a bookcase, bureau, etc) having a slightly projecting central section
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a cabinet, bookcase, etc., having a central section extending forward from those at either side.
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