cubby-hole


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cubby-hole

cubbyhole [ˈkʌbihəʊl] ncagibi m

cubby-hole

(ˈkabihoul) noun
a very small room, cupboard etc.
References in classic literature ?
He pressed the call-button, and, when his room-steward answered, turned Michael over to him to be taken down below and tied up in the crowded cubby-hole.
Though the cook had a cubby-hole of a state- room opening off from the cabin, in the cabin itself he had never dared to linger or to be seen, and he flitted to and fro, once or twice a day, a timid spectre.
Buddha "There was a Buddha in this 'welcome' cubby-hole in the hall in the church when I first viewed it.
Renault claims that there's a total of 90 litres of storage space inside the cabin, including a 54-litre cubby-hole under the passenger seat.
The interior is carefully thought out, with tall white leather armchairs and cubby-hole booths, which offer an element of privacy for couples wanting to escape the open-plan restaurant feel.
Also, the central cubby-hole between the driver and front passenger is only accessible from one side, which is a slight draw back.
Barr put up with a great deal of abuse to keep the job, but it was no use, and he was ordered into his cubby-hole.
During the cold snap, she had moved into the cosy cubby-hole and didn't take kindly to being disturbed.
All of us are there, in the toys we had, the packets which filled our pantries, and the stuff which blocked up the cubby-hole under the stairs.
5 million and has transformed the cathedral's dowdy former cubby-hole tea-room into an attraction in its own right.
Walk through the wood and mirror-panelled bar of Fitzgeralds by the River Liffey and you'll find a curious windowed cubby-hole.
The mildewed brick and cement surfaces beneath the tracks of the Yamanote Line at Yurakucho, hollowed out with cubby-hole street-level restaurants, smoky catacombs where charcoal braziers sizzle with husks of grilled corn, skewered squid and barbecued offal, stand in similarly bewildering contrast to the majestic Tokyo International Forum, a premier culture convention center at the heart of the technopolis.