An oblong box, usually made of cardboard, for holding a pair of shoes.(noun)
Something resembling or suggestive of such a box, as a plain, rectangular building or a cramped room or dwelling.(noun)
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Use "shoebox" in a sentence
"The shoebox is the most cost-effective tax-saving device ever invented."
"Inside the shoebox was a stack of letters in vellum envelopes addressed in a curt, clean handwriting that must have been his."
"What does the phrase "a shoebox in a Giant's closet" mean to you?"