Simple Definition of armoire
: a tall piece of furniture that usually has two doors and that is used to store things (such as clothes)
Full Definition of armoire
: a usually tall cupboard or wardrobe
Origin of armoire
Middle French, from Old French armaire, from Latin armarium, from arma
First Known Use: 1571
Rhymes with armoire
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