wardrobe


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Wardrobe \Ward"robe`\, n. [OE. warderobe, OF. warderobe, F.
   garderobe; of German origin. See Ward, v. t., and Robe.]
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   1. A room or apartment where clothes are kept, or wearing
      apparel is stored; a portable closet for hanging up
      clothes.
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   2. Wearing apparel, in general; articles of dress or personal
      decoration.
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            Flowers that their gay wardrobe wear. --Milton.
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            With a pair of saddlebags containing his wardrobe.
                                                  --T. Hughes.
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   3. A privy. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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