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Bedroom

A room used for sleeping; a bedchamber.
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bedroom

A room suitably furnished for sleeping.
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"And how strong they all are, how sound physically," thought Alexey Alexandrovitch, looking at the powerfully built gentleman of the bedchamber with his well-combed, perfumed whiskers, and at the red neck of the prince, pinched by his tight uniform.
Ye've got the Auld and New Testaments in your bedchambers, and the natural history o' Pairthshire on the coffee-room table--and if that's no' reading eneugh for ye, ye may een gae back South again, and get the rest of it there."
In a bedchamber scene in Cymbeline, a character spies on Imogen as she sleeps in order to accuse her of adultery.
A woman told Scottish Government investigators it took repeated requests to stop an alcohol-fuelled Salmond's advances in his official bedchamber.
But Abigail has another agenda--to worm her way into her Highness's favor and thus become "the favorite." Abigail starts as a scullery maid but elevates her sights to the Queen's bedchamber after she discovers that Lady Sarah services the Queen not just in matters of state but also in sex.
The rustle of a 19 Century housekeeper known as Mattie's petticoats have been heard in the bedchamber MISS IN LEE ECHO where it is believed she died, tragically.
A source told the newspaper that the royal aide, who is known as the 'Woman of the Bedchamber' that she missed the Queen "by inches".
In 1956, she was appointed as Extra Woman of the Bedchamber and, later on, became Woman of the Bedchamber.
King Charles I is said to have visited in September 1645 as guest of Sir Richard Wynn, Treasurer to Queen Henrietta-Maria and Chief Groom of the Royal Bedchamber.
The familiar tune of "Bukcheong Arirang" is played at Eojeong, the royal well or water storage near the royal bedchamber.
One must not ask if he employs a royal arsewiper--though there is a palace position called Gentleman Officer of the Royal Bedchamber. I leave the details of his duties to the prurient imaginings of my dear readers.