Definition for "pigeonhole"
a little compartment or recess, as with a…
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a little compartment or recess, as with a desk, for keeping reports; a cubbyhole.
A specific, often oversimplified group.
The small opening or holes in a pigeon loft for nesting.
A nook in a desk for holding documents.
certainly one of numerous compartments for sorting post, communications etc. at an office, or university (including).
A hole, or roosting location for pigeons.
An old English game, in which balls were rolled through little arches.
a little compartment in a desk or situation for keeping of letters, papers, etc.; -- so-called from resemblance of a row of these to your compartments in a dovecote.
one of many holes in a dove-cote or pigeon-house through which the wild birds pass inside and outside.
thus just a little storage space or unit in an instance for papers, a bureau, a desk, and/or like.
among a few holes in an arch of a furnace whereby the gases of burning pass.
One of a few holes in the block in the bottom of a keir by which its fluid contents could be released.
plural a vintage English game, resembling modern bagatelle, in which balls had been rolled through small cavities or arches.
In publishing, an over-wide room between printed terms. Also referred to as rat-hole.
a little storage space
a specific (frequently simplistic) group
to position or file in a small compartment or recess.
To classify mentally; categorize.
To put apart and dismiss; shelve.
to position within the pigeonhole of an instance or pantry; thus, to put away; to lay aside indefinitely.
To classify; specifically to restrict or be restricted to a particular category, part, etc.
to place apart, not to work on (proposals, suggestions, advice).
destination into a little compartment
treat or classify based on a mental label
To place or register away in a pigeonhole; therefore, to set aside for future consideration; ergo, to set aside and dismiss or forget; “shelve”; treat with intentional neglect: since, to pigeonhole a software for a scheduled appointment; to pigeonhole a scheme.