/shif"euh rohb', shif"rohb'/, n.
a piece of furniture having both drawers and space for hanging clothes.
Also, chifferobe, chiffrobe /shif"rohb/.
[1905-10, Amer.; CHIFFO(NIER) + (WARD)ROBE]

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