[ US /ˈkɫɑzət/ ]
[ UK /klˈɒzɪt/ ]
  1. confine to a small space, as for intensive work
  1. a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
  2. a small private room for study or prayer
  3. a toilet in Britain
  4. a small room (or recess) or cabinet used for storage space
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How To Use closet In A Sentence

  • In the closet scene, Hamlet mistook her father for the king, and he fatally stabbed him.
  • Their feet clattered over the faux marble floor past the reference desk towards the closet.
  • Homeowners with more space and money could go one step farther with a walk-in closet. Times, Sunday Times
  • a deep closet
  • come out of the closet!
  • He pulled over, struggling with the words to the classic song by that skinny girl who died in a closet.
  • Ill eneugh to keep the doors open as it is, let be facing Whitsunday and Martinmas — an auld leather pock there is, Maister Francie, in ane of worthy Maister Bindloose the sheriff-clerk’s pigeon-holes, in his dowcot of a closet in the burgh; and therein is baith charter and sasine, and special service to boot; and that will be chapter and verse, speer when ye list.” Saint Ronan's Well
  • I jump off my bed and walk to my closet scanning the clothes, but not really looking, for my mind is recalling the events that happened earlier.
  • Obviously the closet was full. Times, Sunday Times
  • He should be very afraid, closeted queenie that he is. Think Progress » Virginia attorney general instructs state colleges to stop protecting gay students from discrimination.
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