Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as guest-chamber.
“She remained in the hall, which to her simply fancy seemed to be the guest-room -- the show-place wherein were arrayed all the household treasures with the frank purpose of parade and dazzlement.”
“One of the best for a business trip, both for its location and facilities, is the 60-guest-room Le Grand Hotel Bellevue at 5 rue Jean Roisin www.grandhotelbellevue.com, tel: +33 320574564.”
“This compact volume is small enough for a fragile end-table and an example of what an acquaintance of mine calls “a great guest-room book.””
“When I visited, Mr. P-- asked me if I wanted to stay in his family's guest-room, or in the bookstore.”
“As I write this, I am sitting on the guest-room bed of a close friend, and down the hall from me is the bedroom of the daughter of the house, a 12-year-old reader extraordinaire, a deep-sea diver of books.”
“Opening the guest-room door, Carissa pattered down the hall to the bathroom.”
“A stone's throw from the Bellagio, the fifty-story, 2,995-unit Cosmopolitan offers bespoke guest-room decor, a multilevel cocktail bar designed to look and feel like the inside of a gigantic chandelier, and a 100,000-square foot casino -- which, along with the restaurants feature the work of interior architects David Rockwell, Jeffrey Beers, Adam D.Tihany and the Friedmutter Group.”
“Now on to the guest-room closets and the basement storeroom and the workshop, which are haunted by many more ghosts of poor spending decisions that aren't paying off.”
“The furnishings were neither masculine nor feminine, but struck a neat androgynous balance; it was obviously a guest-room, neatly calculated to make someone of either sex comfortable.”
“There'd be too many stories about how Richardson clogs up the shower-drain and makes the sheets on the guest-room bed smell like eggs.”
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