It is unclear if Kerry will be able to grab a bottle or two from the cubby the next time he passes through Moldova.
The cubby and the 460 bottles of wine, valued at $8,339.50 will remain at Cricova to be displayed.
Only later in life did I confront the obvious question: did the Nixon goons break into my cubby and steal my notes?
A green glow took their place—a lurid sheen in which the cubby and the tense faces of De Boer and Hans showed with ghastly pallor.
He hauled the microphone from its cubby in the dashboard and spoke the code words.
The "cubby" must be built strong or the bear is apt to tear it down and secure the bait without getting caught.
Potan had dismissed his men from his cubby so as to be alone with us.
Anita and I stood outside Potan's cubby, gazing around us curiously.
We deposited our Erentz suits carefully in a corner of the cubby.
There are a great many caught by making a cubby or enclosure where they cross or frequent in search of birds, rabbits, etc.
A room or dwelling; pad: Let's go to my cub
[first form 1546+, second 1860s+; origin uncertain; related to Low German of the same meaning; the 1500s form refers to an animal's stall or shed; these senses are preserved more often in black English than in standard English]