pantry


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pantry

1. A serving room between kitchen and dining space.
2. A room for storage of food supplies; a larder.
3. A room for preparing refreshments, not complete meals.
References in classic literature ?
And, so saying, he strode to the pantry and tried to open the door but found it locked, whereat the Steward laughed and rattled his keys.
Sonya passed to the pantry with a glass in her hand.
It was not an absolutely noiseless process, but once in the pantry we were mice, and no longer blind mice.
I told the curate I was going to seek food, and felt my way towards the pantry.
When I came home in the afternoon, and saw the bottles drawn up in a square on the pantry floor, they looked so numerous (though there were two missing, which made Mrs.
Then she wept all the way back to Green Gables, where she sorrowfully put the remainder of the raspberry cordial back into the pantry and got tea ready for Matthew and Jerry, with all the zest gone out of the performance.
Hetty now came back from the pantry and said, "I can take Totty now, Aunt, if you like.
Some of you left a soup plate with molasses in it on the pantry table and Pat got into it and what do you think?
He forthwith sent the cards to Arnold by his second in command, closed the pantry door, and carefully smoothed out the crumpled sheet of paper on which the two letters were written.
But she said, if there was a piece left, for you to put it in the pantry and she'd run over in the cat's light, when prowling's in order, to get it.
The housekeeper's room was rather nearer to the front of the house than the pantry in which Ames had been working.
He made his way once more through the saloon, passed the attendant, who was fast asleep in his pantry, and was met by a locked door.