kitchenette kitchenette  /ˌkɪ tʃə ˈnɛt/


  • (n) small kitchen


  1. Behind him, dishes are stacked high in a crowded kitchenette, the greasy smells of a Chinese breakfast congealing in the stale air.
  2. To complicate matters, she had to go through her paces at her sister's house because her own apartment has no dining room, only a small kitchenette.
  3. Even the lowly office kitchenette might be wired by 2025.


  • A spirited local business

    by Nick Veronin Within minutes of the beginning of our conversation, Dave Classick makes his intentions plain. "Our whole function here is to create a distilling family dynasty," he says, standing behind the bar of the small kitchenette inside the Essential Spirits Alambic Distillery.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Mountain View Voice


  1. "I would rather have a kitchenette in Harlem than a mansion in Westchester," Rampersad quotes him saying.
    on Jun 18, 2007 By: Arnold Rampersad Source: Asbury Park Press

  2. "They offered us 30 days in a hotel, and it had two double beds in one room and no kitchenette," Huckabee said.
    on Feb 14, 2008 By: Mike Huckabee Source: ABC News

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