- a chamber, usually containing a throne, used by a sovereign for audiences.
- the location of actual power or authority, as in a particular government or business organization.
Origin of throne room
First recorded in 1860–65
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Examples from the Web for throne room
Admittedly, Fergie is ghastly, but it seems unlikely she is planning a throne-room coup led by Cressida.
It was dry now, for Tupac had done that which I had bidden him in the throne-room.The Romance of Golden Star ...
George Chetwynd Griffith
The throne-room was lined with ebony, carved in a marvellous way.The Life of Gordon, Volume I
Demetrius Charles Boulger
In the Throne-room, Count Rubenfresser had just been announced.In Brief Authority
Remember the tale that I read to you in the throne-room of Baldar.Hunters Out of Space
Joseph Everidge Kelleam
They do not like me to leave the throne-room at certain times.Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence
Alice B. Emerson