Definition of Toy chest
1. Noun. Chest for storage of toys.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Toy Chest
Literary usage of Toy chest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rational Method in Reading: An Original Presentation of Sight and Sound by Edward Gendar Ward, Ellen E. Kenyon-Warner (1908)
"Her sails are not ev^n mois^n^d by the ra|n. 12. "Now I'm re^dy, mamma," Victor went on, a moment later. "The Se^L Gull is safely aneh'Sr^d in my toy chest. ..."
2. The Cruise of the "Janet Nichol" Among the South Sea Islands: A Diary by Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson (1914)
"... and a quantity of mouldy shoes in children's sizes only; among the shoes were a toy chest of drawers and a box of moulting feathers. ..."
3. Romantic Weekends the Carolinas & the Georgia Coast by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (1999)
"... double recliners ($239-$259), folding rope footstools ($49-$54), folding rope bar stools ($169- $179), and even a toy chest hammock ($25). ..."
4. Richard Cadbury of Birmingham by Helen C. A. Dixon (1906)
"Chocolates and sweets were saved, and one of the little girls had a toy chest of drawers full of these trophies in her bedroom, which would^often be counted ..."
5. Tuscan Feasts and Tuscan Friends by Dorothy Nevile Lees (1907)
"She, it appeared, had only been able to secure the toy-chest to build her house with, and consequently one side was gaping open in a most cheerless and ..."