- locked bowels,
- locked in,
- locked knee,
- locked-in syndrome,
- locker plant,
- locker room,
Origin of locker
Origin of music locker
Examples from the Web for locker
Kids that were trapped in that locker room are scared to say anything, let alone leave.
We could, I guess, give them an air power wedgie or stuff them into the locker of a naval engagement.Up To a Point: Binge Watching Putin's Propaganda Network|P. J. O’Rourke|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was just in the locker room with LeBron… At the end of the day, you know we have leaders.LeBron James Is a Better Leader Than Michael Jordan Ever Was|Robert Silverman|May 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Boston firefighter took a grey BFD sweatshirt from a locker and presented it to Flaherty.Boston and New York’s Bravest Are Brothers Bonded by Tragedy|Michael Daly|April 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We got a whole bunch of gangstas in the locker room, not thugs but tough guys on the court.The March Madness Teams to Cheer If Yours Got Bounced|Ben Teitelbaum|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
M. de Cussy returned the bow and accepted a seat on the locker under the stem windows.Captain Blood|Rafael Sabatini
Tom Fillot had folded up the flag and laid it back in the locker, after which he had seated himself to wait for orders.The Black Bar|George Manville Fenn
Go below, Locker, and desire Doctor Magrath to step up here, if he is not occupied with the wounded.The Two Admirals|J. Fenimore Cooper
Then again thrusting his arm into the locker he brought out an axe, which he gripped in his hand.The Golden Galleon|Robert Leighton
Where is the doorway that you entered the locker room by, where would that be?Warren Commission (12 of 26): Hearings Vol. XII (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- a small compartment or drawer that may be locked, as one of several in a gymnasium, etc, for clothes and valuables
- (as modifier)a locker room
small chest that can be locked, late 14c., agent noun from Middle English lokken (see lock (v.)). Earlier "a mechanism for locking" (early 14c.).
see Davy Jones's locker.