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presence chamber

noun

, Chiefly British.
  1. the special room in which a great personage, as a sovereign, receives guests, holds audiences, etc.


presence chamber

noun

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


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Word History and Origins

Origin of presence chamber1

First recorded in 1555–65
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Example Sentences

She requested him to sit upon the veranda, to wait for her coming from the spirit's presence chamber.

The coquette of the presence-chamber became the coolest and hardest of politicians at the council-board.

Their privilege was that they were admitted to the very Presence Chamber of the great King.

She rose and left the presence chamber, stepping backward and too much moved to speak.

It is viewed as the presence-chamber of God, and as a proof of Deity.

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