Crossword clues for cabinets
n. (plural of cabinet English)
Usage examples of "cabinets".
And they were arranged in these cabinets in no conceivable taxonomic order.
Nothing deterred him, and he was never more spick and span or cool and determined than at the last Cabinets which he attended.
Originally, they simply displayed these artifacts in cabinets, for the amusement of their friends.
Of course, a lot of the stuff the old cabinets displayed were fakes, you know.
As the cabinets went bankrupt, McFadden, an early curator here, bought them up for the Museum.
A vast array of chemicals were arranged in cabinets against the walls.
Leng took an interest in it, although it was certainly the poorest curatorial appointment among the cabinets of curiosities.
The paneled walls were lined with old cabinets, covered with rippled glass doors.
Nora was unable to comprehend: weird tables, cabinets, large boxes, iron cages, strange apparatus.
Nora saw an astonishing range of objects: mounted skeletons, fossils, glass-fronted cabinets full of wondrous and terrible artifacts, gems, skulls, meteorites, iridescent beetles.
More oaken cabinets, filled with what looked like bark and leaves and dried flowers.
It was, in fact, a continuation of the inorganic chemical cabinets he had observed in the preceding rooms.
She plucked a medical light from one of the cabinets, slipped it into her pocket.
Talleyrand, whose ideas could not be otherwise than favourable to the monarchical form of government, was ready to enter into explanations with the Cabinets of Europe on the subject.
England was able to throw the weight of her navy into the scale of the world, and to exercise the influence of her gold in all the Cabinets of Europe.