Definition of Garderobes

1. Noun. (plural of garderobe) ¹



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Definition of Garderobes

1. garderobe [n] - See also: garderobe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garderobes

gardenful
gardenfuls
gardenhood
gardenhose
gardenia
gardenias
gardening
gardening leave
gardenless
gardenlike
gardenly
gardens
gardensful
gardenwork
garderobe
garderobes (current term)
gardner syndrome
gardon
gardyloo
gardyloos
gare
garefowl
garefowls
garfish
garfishes
gargalesis
gargalesthesia
garganey

Literary usage of Garderobes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1848)
"The entrance to the lowermost of these garderobes is from this floor by the doorway (F), and thence by a flight of six steps. The further end is lighted by ..."

2. Journal of the British Archaeological Association by British Archaeological Association (1854)
"They all seem to have contained garderobes, according to the custom of those times, as noticed by Mr. Parker, in his volume on ..."

3. Some Account of Domestic Architecture in England, from Richard II. to Henry by John Henry Parker (1859)
"It has been conjectured that these were merely garderobes for the use of the ... They were clearly not garderobes, as there are garderobe turrets quite ..."

4. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1848)
"The entrance to the lowermost of these garderobes is from this floor by the doorway (F), and thence by a flight of six steps. The further end is lighted by ..."

5. Journal of the British Archaeological Association by British Archaeological Association (1854)
"They all seem to have contained garderobes, according to the custom of those times, as noticed by Mr. Parker, in his volume on ..."

6. Some Account of Domestic Architecture in England, from Richard II. to Henry by John Henry Parker (1859)
"It has been conjectured that these were merely garderobes for the use of the ... They were clearly not garderobes, as there are garderobe turrets quite ..."

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