It had been lying near the clothes-press in which the unfortunate Pitt had taken refuge.
Fred glanced expectantly in the direction of the top of the clothes-press.
There was a bed in the room, a wash-stand, a couple of chairs, and a clothes-press.
The chest, Baissac tells us, is the clothes-press of the poor.
Presently she rose again, opened the clothes-press, and took out some boiled rice and sopped bread, which she gave to the parrot.
Polacca, quite pale, came from her hiding-place behind the clothes-press.
She threw the whole furniture of her clothes-press on a heap, and stamped on them for very rage.
And he needed a clothes-press; I was on no account to forget that clothes-press.
Some other pamphlets and magazines were stacked up on the top of the clothes-press.
She was much more likely to find it in her clothes-press filled with golden guineas.