Bedroom


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Bedroom

A room used for sleeping; a bedchamber.

bedroom

A room suitably furnished for sleeping.
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"It will make a great mess in my bedroom; but I could never sleep in that bed again without a spring cleaning of some sort," said Mr.
Monte Cristo returned to his bedroom, and, glancing rapidly from the garden to the street, he saw first Caderousse, who after walking to the end of the garden, fixed his ladder against the wall at a different part from where he came in.
Blanche took the box from the woman's hands, and joined Anne in the bedroom, to dress herself for the drive home.
She threw open the bedroom door, and called to the maid, in the sitting-room.
Anne waited a while in the bedroom, listening to the sound made by the departure of the carriage from the inn door.
He forgot his gloves but he caught up his shoes and darted into the bedroom. You observe that the scratch on that table is slight at one side, but deepens in the direction of the bedroom door.
"After a little talk with the under-housemaid, I returned to the bedroom. No one was there.
As fast as I could mount the stairs I hastened back to the bedroom.
The coachman was sent for before I was summoned back to the bedroom. He was dispatched to Edinburgh for the second time, with a written message from Dr.
On my presenting myself in the bedroom, Doctor Jerome went out to speak to Mr.
He awoke in the early morning in his bedroom, and looked around him, now clear-headed, in amazement.
Anna Mikhaylovna, stooping, quickly caught up the object of contention and ran into the bedroom. The eldest princess and Prince Vasili, recovering themselves, followed her.