American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A room in which to sleep.
- adj. Sexually suggestive: a bedroom comedy; bedroom eyes.
- adj. Relating to or inhabited by commuters: bedroom suburbs.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Room in a bed; sleeping-room in bed.
- n. A room or apartment containing or intended to contain a bed; a sleeping-apartment.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A room or apartment intended or used for a bed; a lodging room.
- n. Room in a bed.
- n. a room used primarily for sleeping
- bed + room (Wiktionary)
“I mean the idea of an ocean view in bedroom is nice, but I feel like 90% of these arrangements look the same – a kind size bed with huge windows displaying the ocean and little space between the enormous bed and the windows themselves.”
“Behind the bedroom is a large gorgeous patio for lounging.”
“So, that what we now think of as a bedroom is a place that's dedicated to sleeping - they would use not only for sleeping, but also it would might where you'd have a little dinner party.”
“Also, in my bedroom is a little metal stool that Di sometimes uses as alight support in her photography.”
“Yes, breathtaking but I agree with Chris that the bedroom is a place for itself and not to be joined with another activity.”
“I like to start with our bedroom, not necessary the front room, because the bedroom is my favorite room in the house.”
“On July 13th 2008, kelsey cameron wrote: hey miley your bedroom is awesome we love you”
“Like many froufrou fashionistas, my bedroom is an extension of my wardrobe, and therefore has to be interesting, welcoming, and a little bit funky.”
“* Make sure that your bedroom is at a comfortable temperature during the night.”
“I have exactly one per bed, and for some reason my bedroom is the coldest room in the house.”
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