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 ?
Poyser had passed on to the pantry without deigning more precise information.
The wolf did not want to be asked twice; so that very night he went to the house and crawled through the drain into the kitchen, and then into the pantry, and ate and drank there to his heart's content.
Thy breakfast, Master Fireblaze, is in the pantry," answered the Steward.
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.
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.
Anne looked on the second shelf of the room pantry but there was no bottle of raspberry cordial there .
Cecily, set those pots in the pantry quick--hide those boots, Felix--shut the cupboard door, Peter--Sara, straighten up the lounge.
So the Queen placed a big crown of gold, set with rubies, upon Evardo's head, and threw an ermine robe over his shoulders, and proclaimed him King; and he bowed gratefully to all his subjects and then went away to see if he could find any cake in the royal pantry.
The bell was hung outside the door of that Patmos in the wilderness--otherwise known as the head-waiter's pantry.
Have a good time and do not worry about the pantry.
Between the two gates was a half-moon of shrubs, to the left of the steps a conservatory, and to their right the walk leading to the tradesmen's entrance and the back premises; here also was the pantry window, of which more anon.
He had not gone to bed that night; but was in the pantry at the back of the house, putting away the silver, when he heard the bell ring violently.