whatnot

A lightweight, compact stand with three or more shelves on which to put knick-knacks, books or ornaments. Whatnots appeared towards the end of the 18thC, and continued as drawing-room features throughout the Victorian era. In Victorian times a whatnot was known as an omnium and the French equivalent is an étagère.

Whatnot

What'not noun [ See the Note under What , pron ., 5.] A kind of stand, or piece of furniture, having shelves for books, ornaments, etc.; an étagère.
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Whatnot

• (n.) A kind of stand, or piece of furniture, having shelves for books, ornaments, etc.; an etagere.
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whatnot

series of open shelves supported by two or four upright posts. The passion for collecting and displaying ornamental objects that began in the 18th ...
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whatnot

A lightweight, compact stand with three or more shelves on which to put knick-knacks, books or ornaments. Whatnots appeared towards the end of the 18thC, and continued as drawing-room features throughout the Victorian era. In Victorian times a whatnot was known as an omnium and the French equivalent is an étagère.
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Whatnot

[Muppet] ==History== The Whatnots are Muppets extras with blank heads and customizable faces, clothes, and hair that are similar to the Anything Muppets from Sesame Street. Like the Anything Muppets, each of the Whatnots are customized for different roles. There were many different Whatnots that appeared in The Muppet Show: The Muppets once...
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