After the disappointments of the day, welcome once more, Charles, to the comforts of a clean room and a good fire.
We were ushered into a clean room, furnished with a tolerable library of orthodox volumes.
But a clean room may abound in virtue as well as an untidy one.
That night he was put to bed in a clean room, and before he slept he prayed that he might never be homeless and friendless again.
It were a cheery, clean room; and we were glad to sit down again, though I thought my legs would never bend at th' knees.
It was a quiet, clean room in a second-rate hotel, for which he paid twelve dollars a week.
Such a thing as a clean room, a hot steak, or an answered bell were not to be bought by flagrant bribery.
We were in a room—a clean room, with ceiling and walls, open doorways, all just as they had been left.
A clean room, a hot dish for dinner, and a bottle of not absolutely poisonous wine, are all I want tonight.
We were shown at once into a clean room, and were soon surrounded by bustle and preparation for our comfort.