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guest room

or guestroom

noun
1.
a room for the lodging of guests.
Origin of guest room
1630-1640
First recorded in 1630-40
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  • I was told to leave my wraps in Daddys guestroom, but I was not aware that it was occupied.

    Polly's Southern Cruise Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • Richard's room—she was not there, one guestroom, another—she was nowhere.

    Basil Everman Elsie Singmaster
  • As he spoke, Mr. Dalken ushered Mrs. Courtney to the guestroom door.

    Polly's Southern Cruise Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • His room was a guestroom now, and he had been relegated to a place on the third floor with dormer-windows.

    The Rest Hollow Mystery Rebecca N. Porter
  • At the closing of the guestroom door Elizabeth turned and purred sweetly upon the lady to whom she had just been introduced.

    Polly's Southern Cruise Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • The surprise and delight of it in that wilderness—but the crowning delight was the guestroom.

    A Woman Tenderfoot Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
Word Origin and History for guestroom
n.

also guest-room, 1630s, from guest (n.) + room (n.). Guest chamber is recorded from 1520s.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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