cubbyhole / ˈkʌb iˌhoʊl /


cubbyhole 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. pigeonhole.
  2. a small, snug place.

cubbyhole 近义词

n. 名词 noun

hiding place

cubbyhole 的近义词 5


  1. Few journalists have access to the information, and those who do work in a windowless cubbyhole on a top floor.
  2. Back in his cubbyhole downstairs, Walter stared hopelessly at the reports.
  3. At night I slept in a cubbyhole behind a wineshop, paying an inordinate price for that very dubious privilege.
  4. And to-morrow I'm to be installed in the cubbyhole off the dining-room and I defy any one to enter it on peril of their lives.
  5. Bill led me at once past two or three lounging cow persons to the cubbyhole, where arose a typical old timer.
  6. Charles sweltered in his little cubbyhole, but he was enthusiastic and optimistic about his new job.