garderobe definition

  • noun:
    • A chamber for saving garments; a wardrobe.
    • The contents of a wardrobe.
    • Archaic an exclusive chamber.
    • A store area or clothes.
    • A lavatory, particularly in a castle and constructed into the exterior wall surface, with vent directly across moat or midden.
    • A chamber for saving clothing; a wardrobe.
    • The contents of a wardrobe.
    • Archaic A private chamber.
    • a shop space or closet.
    • A lavatory, especially in a castle and included in the external wall, with vent right across moat or midden.
    • A chamber for storing garments; a wardrobe.
    • The items of a wardrobe.
    • Archaic a personal chamber.
    • a shop area or closet.
    • A lavatory, especially in a castle and included in the outer wall surface, with vent directly over the moat or midden.
    • A chamber for saving clothing; a wardrobe.
    • A chamber for storing clothing; a wardrobe.
    • A chamber for saving clothing; a wardrobe.
    • The articles of a wardrobe.
    • The articles of a wardrobe.
    • The contents of a wardrobe.
    • Archaic a personal chamber.
    • Archaic an exclusive chamber.
    • Archaic a personal chamber.
    • A store space or closet.
    • a shop area or wardrobe.
    • A store space or clothes.
    • A lavatory, particularly in a castle and included in the outer wall surface, with vent right within the moat or midden.
    • A lavatory, particularly in a castle and built into the exterior wall surface, with vent straight over the moat or midden.
    • A lavatory, particularly in a castle and included in the outer wall, with vent directly on the moat or midden.

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