Definition Cabinet Francaisgeorge
• The basis of novelists` conversations is frivolous and ridiculous curiosity; there is no cabinet so mysterious that he does not pretend to invade (MONTESQ. Pers. 130) The word cabinet can refer to various things: • He sent him a cabinet with lacque and several jewels (J. J. ROUSS., Hél. VI, 14) • He was entrusted with the task of putting the public library and the medal cabinet in order (CONDORCET Haller.) • Remember the cabinets in which the spirit was cleaned (FLÉCH. Mont.) • Often, this exceptional and solitary cabinet of Titus` secrets is the depot (RAC. Beren. I, 1) 4. Council for General State Affairs. The Cabinet des Tuileries, the French government. The cabinet of Saint-Jacques, the English government.
• The ladies. read their beautiful writings. Make them in the closet under the bed (RÉGNIER Sat. II) • Ferdinand III. fought war from his cabinet (VOLT.