[shif-uh-neer; French shee-faw-nyer] /ˌʃɪf əˈnɪər; French ʃi fɔˈnyɛr/
noun, plural chiffonnières
[shif-uh-neerz; French shee-faw-nyer] /ˌʃɪf əˈnɪərz; French ʃi fɔˈnyɛr/ (Show IPA). French Furniture.
a worktable of the 18th century, having several tiers of shallow drawers.
- Chiffon pie
noun a one-crust pie with a fluffy filling of flavored pudding or gelatin with beaten egg Examples I seriously saw a recipe for pickle chiffon pie. Word Origin by 1929 Usage Note cooking
[shif-uh-rohb, shif-rohb] /ˈʃɪf əˌroʊb, ˈʃɪfˌroʊb/ noun 1. a piece of furniture having both drawers and space for hanging clothes.
[chif-lee] /ˈtʃɪf li/ noun 1. Joseph Benedict, 1885–1951, Australian statesman: prime minister 1945–49. /ˈtʃɪflɪ/ noun 1. Joseph Benedict. 1885–1951, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1945–49)
[chig-i-tahy] /ˈtʃɪg ɪˌtaɪ/ noun 1. a Mongolian wild ass, Equus hemionus hemionus, related to the onager. /ˌtʃɪɡɪˈtaɪ/ noun 1. a variety of the Asiatic wild ass, Equus hemionus, of Mongolia Also spelt dziggetai