An agonizing silence now reigned in the dressing-room
When Arthur went up to his dressing-room
again after luncheon, it was inevitable that the debate he had had with himself there earlier in the day should flash across his mind; but it was impossible for him now to dwell on the remembrance--impossible to recall the feelings and reflections which had been decisive with him then, any more than to recall the peculiar scent of the air that had freshened him when he first opened his window.
I slipped out of bed, all palpitating with fear, and peeped round the corner of my dressing-room
But, first, as I am rather shaken by the knocking about which I had in the dressing-room
, I think that I shall help myself to a dash of your brandy, Colonel.
He moved shakily towards it; looked at it weakly with a working face; then moved shakily back into the dressing-room
again, and sat down suddenly on one of the richly cushioned chairs.
In the end we turned our attention to the dressing-room
At that moment, the tapestry of the dressing-room
, which we have described above, was raised, and afforded passage to a personage, the mere sight of whom suddenly stopped the crowd, and changed its wrath into curiosity as by enchantment.
A light snow was falling as they descended at the door, and in the morning, when Dorothea passed from her dressing-room
avenue the blue-green boudoir that we know of, she saw the long avenue of limes lifting their trunks from a white earth, and spreading white branches against the dun and motionless sky.
So the two went to the dressing-room
of the Princess and searched carefully in every corner and among the vases and baskets and ornaments that stood about the pretty boudoir.
Challenger has gone to the inner dressing-room
, and the Professor says that she is asleep.
When Hilda had dressed for the street and came out of her dressing-room
, she found Hugh MacConnell waiting for her in the corridor.
In the inner corner of the room, near the head of the bedstead, there was a recess which had been turned into a little dressing-room
, and which opened by a second door on the inferior staircase of the hotel, commonly used by the servants.