[bed-room, -roo m]
- a room furnished and used for sleeping.
- concerned mainly with love affairs or sex: The movie is a typical bedroom comedy.
- sexually inviting; amorous: bedroom eyes.
- inhabited largely by commuters: a bedroom community.
Origin of bedroom
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Examples from the Web for bedroom
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Barry showed me his room—a one bedroom with a killer view of Riverbank State Park and the Hudson.His First Day Out Of Jail After 40 Years: Adjusting To Life Outside
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Ultimately Seevakumaran only pointed a gun at his roommate, who locked himself in a bedroom and called 911.School Shooters Love This Pickup Artist Website
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Dick, vaguely conscious of damp and dirt, went up to his bedroom.Viviette
William J. Locke
But the left has a sitting-room and bedroom, with a bathroom between the two.Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus
Jessie Graham Flower
"Oh, I'm wise—I'm wise," Aggie nodded, as she hurried out toward her bedroom.
Mary dismissed Garson presently, and betook herself to her bedroom for a nap.
His quick mind had grasped the fact that it was the girl's bedroom he had taken.K
Mary Roberts Rinehart
- a room furnished with beds or used for sleeping
- (modifier) containing references to sexa bedroom comedy
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Word Origin and History for bedroom
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