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When the curtain went down she took refuge with the master in the tiny salon which formed a kind of boudoir behind.
Let us return to Maurice, whom we left in Madeleine's boudoir.
But there was little enough of the fine lady's boudoir in the simple morning-room of Madame de Ventadour.
She had no desire to be found in the boudoir of the mantua-maker by any of Madeleine's friends.
I ain't wise to the way things ought to be done on one of these boudoir boats, but I wants everyone to be happy.
Kollomietzev cried out five minutes later, rushing into her boudoir.
It must not suggest the palace, and certainly not the boudoir.
They both returned to the boudoir, where Madame d'Imblevalle was waiting for them.
I hope you will forgive the liberty I took in locking the door of the boudoir.
1777, "room where a lady may retire to be alone," from French boudoir (18c.), literally "pouting room," from bouder "to pout, sulk," which, like pout, probably ultimately is imitative of puffing.