Definition of Cloakrooms

1. Noun. (plural of cloakroom) ¹



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Definition of Cloakrooms

1. cloakroom [n] - See also: cloakroom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cloakrooms

cloacin
cloacitis
cloak
cloak-and-dagger
cloaked
cloakedly
cloaking
cloaking device
cloaking devices
cloakings
cloakless
cloaklike
cloakmaker
cloakmakers
cloakroom
cloakrooms (current term)
cloaks
cloam
cloams
cloath
cloaths
clobazam
clobber
clobbered
clobbering
clobbers
clobenpropit
clobenzepam
clobenzorex
clobenztropine

Literary usage of Cloakrooms

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1. Labor Maintenance: A Practical Handbook of Employees' Service Work by Daniel Bloomfield (1920)
"cloakrooms and Sanitary Conveniences In the matter of supervision of cloakrooms and sanitary conveniences the welfare supervisor should be held responsible ..."

2. School Organization and Administration: A Concrete Study Based on the Salt by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley, Salt Lake City (Utah). Survey committee (1916)
"There are no baths, no cloakrooms, no nurses' rooms, and few assembly rooms in the city. The quarters for domestic science and manual training are in many ..."

3. English High Schools for Girls: Their Aims, Organisation, and Management by Sara Annie Burstall (1907)
"We shall prefer to spend money on floor space, wide corridors, spacious cloakrooms, to have staircases, and studios, and halls, exactly where they ..."

4. The School World (1902)
"Furniture and Individual Work—Copying Machines—Cupboards—Museums —Black - boards—cloakrooms and Lavatories. THESE remarks have brought us to a concrete ..."

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