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noun Chiefly British.
the special room in which a great personage, as a sovereign, receives guests, holds audiences, etc.
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Origin of presence chamber

First recorded in 1555–65
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presence chamber

noun
the room in which a great person, such as a monarch, receives guests, assemblies, etc
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