Cabinets [noun]

Definition of Cabinets:

cupboard for storage

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Sentence/Example of Cabinets:

Whether you need a heavy duty waterproof and fireproof lockable filing storage cabinet, or a simple case for carrying documents to your job, we’ve assembled the best filing cabinet options for your varying needs.

The majority of Kenyans who get coronavirus—around 80%, according to health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe—seem to be asymptomatic.

In Japan’s political system, chief cabinet secretary is a position that combines formidable powers.

My cabinet full of knock off S’well bottles from various networking events would tell you that I don’t need any more water bottles.

It was trending because of a baseless conspiracy theory that listings for suspiciously high-priced cabinets were named after missing children.

A pedestal sink is a good choice for a small space, but pair it with a mirrored medicine cabinet so you have more storage as well as a grooming area.

In the 19th century, scientists moved away from the random collections of curiosity cabinets to a more systematic study of the natural world.

It is the president’s branch, but so much of that management is done by cabinet officers.

If I came in your house and you had your medicine cabinet there and you had an old prescription left over, I walked out the door with it.

His enemies in the cabinet were quick to perceive when their devices had taken effect on the King and Queen.