Examples from the Web for refrigerator
Defrost overnight in the refrigerator (if frozen) and bake before serving.
There was a liquor cabinet, a refrigerator with ice-making, a wide-screen TV, and a nap-sized couch.
It was almost as large as the front room, with a stove, a refrigerator, a good-sized table and, in one corner, another double bed.Stanley Booth on the Life and Hard Times of Blues Genius Furry Lewis|Stanley Booth|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He understands the car, but then, he understands the canned peaches in his refrigerator.Pete Dexter’s Indelible Portrait of Author Norman Maclean|Pete Dexter|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I witnessed a four-hundred pound refrigerator lift off the floor,” Ed says.
He could see through it into the kitchen, and by straining his eyes, he could even see the stove and the refrigerator.The Servant Problem|Robert F. Young
Pieces of charcoal should also be put in the refrigerator and changed often.Culture and Cooking|Catherine Owen
Arrayed in a long apron of Joyce's, Mary stood a moment considering the resources of refrigerator and pantry.The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware|Annie Fellows Johnston
His refrigerator was modeled along the architectural lines of the dens of the divided trunks.Solar Stiff|Chas. A. Stopher
Then they poured the foamy stuff into a pan, and put it in the refrigerator.The Vehement Flame|Margaret Wade Campbell Deland
British Dictionary definitions for refrigerator
Word Origin and History for refrigerator
1610s, "something that cools," agent noun from refrigerate. As "cabinet for keeping food cool," 1824, originally in the brewery trade, in place of earlier refrigeratory (c.1600). The electric-powered household device was available from c.1918.