bed chamber

bed chamber

An apartment or chamber intended for a bed, or for sleeping and resting.
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Nevertheless, Euryclea, take his bed outside the bed chamber that he himself built.
Meanwhile Eurynome and the nurse took torches and made the bed ready with soft coverlets; as soon as they had laid them, the nurse went back into the house to go to her rest, leaving the bed chamber woman Eurynome {183} to show Ulysses and Penelope to bed by torch light.
In his mind was the decision to inspect the radium pumps, which would take about thirty minutes, and then return to my bed chamber and finish me.
She missteps--secretly taking in a kitten, accidentally setting fire to her bed chamber, improperly washing kosher dishes, and telling the Rosenbach's young grandson about Christianity--in ways that you'd expect of a young teen.
Dover Castle, Kent, where Henry II had his own en-suite facilities off the principal bed chamber.
The main staircase splits to provide access to the further accommodation which includes the spectacular oak panelled second bed chamber with a large open fireplace and carved oak mantel over, oak mullioned windows and an oak boarded floor.
I mean, instead of the Nappy-Changer of the Royal Bed Chamber saying "'Oo's Nanny's luvly lickle boy, then?
The truth is that Vikander, while beautiful, is essentially too old for the part, and her initial icy veneer doesn't seem to melt that much, even when Struensee has made his way to her bed chamber after getting a "message.
Surely he had felt emasculation enough in learning Frankel, his flat-racing counterpart, was now welcoming any number of comely fillies to his bed chamber, who then left a substantial payment before departing sated and hopefully in foal, but to then have this additional ignominy, the mortification and humiliation of Kauto Star was complete.
They have worked closely with staff at Aigas to place one camera in what they believe is the animals' bed chamber.
Lord Grantham immediately ordered Downton Abbey to be stripped of celebration flowers and all decorations, whilst Lady Edith was rushed home to her bed chamber, in a state of considerable distress.
A donor has given the church a jewellery set - which was originally given to Princess Charlotte's lady of the bed chamber by Prince Regent King George IV.