chairdrobe (plural chairdrobes)
- (slang) A chair on which someone stores clothing that has been worn but which is not yet too dirty to wear again.
2013, Basil John, Sharing: An Imperfect Recollection, ↑ISBN:
- And to the left of it, and near the foot of a bed, is the chairdrobe (the old and elegant chair too fragile for anyone to contemplate sitting on) and to his left; a small bedside chest of drawers.
2013 September 5, Nicholas Lezard, “The shame of waking up in bed with the succubus Mistress Motivator”, in New Statesman:
- This didn’t make it to the scholar’s mistress but I did find it on the chairdrobe, which gives you a little peek, if you ever wanted one, into the state of my bedroom.
2014, Heidi Julavits, Leanne Shapton, & Sheila Heti, Women in Clothes: Why We Wear What We Wear, ↑ISBN:
- I noted the chairdrobe in almost every bedroom I entered thoughout university.