bonnetière

[ buhn-tyair; French bawn-tyer ]
/ bʌnˈtyɛər; French bɔnˈtyɛr /

noun, plural bonne·tières [buhn-tyairz; French bawn-tyer]. /bʌnˈtyɛərz; French bɔnˈtyɛr/. French Furniture.

a tall, narrow wardrobe of the 18th century, found especially in Normandy and Brittany.

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Origin of bonnetière

<French: literally, hosier
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