Examples of kitchenette in a Sentence
a hotel room with a kitchenette
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How about the carrot cake to celebrate John Doe's retirement, the peanut butter cookies in the kitchenette, the baked potato chips that got you through the afternoon?
Critics blame Keurig for bringing the trash-producing waste of carry-out with the taste of homemade coffee to homes and office kitchenettes across the country.
Andy reworked the main, two-story building’s four apartments and administrative area into a kitchen, family room and living quarters and divided single-bedroom kitchenettes in a second building into apartments.
Upstairs in the residential wing, a small kitchenette area separates the two bedrooms.
Suddenly, Bill Diehl bursts in, grabs him out of his chair and pulls him down the hall into the kitchenette.
In addition to standard rooms, Aulani offers one- and two-bedroom suites with kitchenettes and full kitchens.
The property features a two-story red brick main house as well as a detached garage with a second-story two-room apartment with a kitchenette and full bath, as well as a greenhouse.
From there, a spectacular floating staircase, crafted in walnut and copper, leads up to a kitchenette and living-dining area that will double as Grace’s, a listening room with a permanent music library and events program.
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Definition of kitchenette for English Language Learners
: a small kitchen or a part of a room where food is cooked
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