Chiffonier

A chiffonier (or cheffonier) is a piece of furniture differentiated from the sideboard by its smaller size and by the enclosure of the whole of the front by doors. Its name (which comes from the French for a rag-picker) suggests that it was originally intended as a receptacle for odds and ends which had no place elsewhere, but it now usually serve...
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Chiffonier

• (n.) Alt. of niere
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chiffonier

noun a tall elegant chest of drawers
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Chiffonier

Chif`fo·nier' fem. Chif`fo*nière' noun [ French chiffonnier , fem. chiffonnière , from chiffon rag, from chiffe a rag, flimsy cloth.] 1. One who gathers rags and odds and ends; a ragpicker. 2. A receptacle for rags or shre...
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chiffonier

chest of drawers
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chiffonier

chiffonier: A narrow high chest of drawers or bureau, often with a mirror attached. (Also cheffioneer)
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chiffonier

French term for a tall chest of drawers, made in Britain from the 1750s. The term came to include small sideboards or side cabinets with a cupboard below, buffets and side tables. see antique chest of drawers
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Chiffonier

Tall. narrow chest of drawers commonly used to store lingerie.
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chiffonier

[n] - a tall elegant chest of drawers
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