kitchen cabinet

noun

Definition of kitchen cabinet

1 : an informal group of advisers to one in a position of power (such as the head of a government)
2 : a cupboard with drawers and shelves for use in a kitchen

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Our reader’s cat, however, does this on other flat surfaces, such as walls and kitchen cabinets. Liz Langley, National Geographic, "Here’s why cats hate belly rubs so much," 11 June 2019 Tack a Command Hook onto the interior of a kitchen cabinet. Southern Living, "It's Pretty Much Impossible to Organize Your Kitchen Without This One Item," 13 Mar. 2018 Photo: Vanessa Berberian for The Wall Street Journal More from Mansion The kitchen cabinets and countertops are made from dark wenge hardwood, and its floor is tiled in a herringbone pattern of black bricks. Ruth Bloomfield, WSJ, "Building a Home Over the Office to Achieve Work-Life Balance," 20 Nov. 2018 From leave-in treatments, to overnight masks, and kitchen cabinet stalwarts, here seven of the world's best surfers share the conditioners that give them dreamworthy hair. Mackenzie Wagoner, Glamour, "7 Pro Surfers on the Best Deep Conditioners," 17 Sep. 2018 Repeat this with books, papers, and the contents of your kitchen cabinets. Pamela Druckerman, Marie Claire, "The Life-Changing Magic of Marie Kondo," 21 Dec. 2018 Think of it as your solution to cleaning underneath kitchen cabinets and making the challenging area around your toilet sparkle. Sarah Bogdan, Good Housekeeping, "The 5 Best Robot Vacuums, According to Cleaning Experts," 21 Nov. 2018 Even replacing old kitchen cabinets with new cabinets starts at about $4,000 for a typical 10-by-12-foot kitchen, according to HouseLogic, an online resource for homeowners. Daniel Bortz, The Seattle Times, "How to give your kitchen a facelift for less? Use paint," 7 Sep. 2018 Magazine In Millerton, Kundig designed kitchen cabinets faced in steel as well as hardware, lighting and various furnishings, including a refined desk for Estrellita that cascades to the floor in soft curves. Sarah Medford, WSJ, "Daniel and Estrellita Brodsky Dreamed of a Modern Home in a Pastoral Setting," 11 Dec. 2018

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First Known Use of kitchen cabinet

1832, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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