Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as presence-chamber.
“When I renewed my visit, I found the street-door opened to me as if by enchantment; but in my passage towards the presence-room, I was met by the valet-de-chambre, who cast some furious looks at me the meaning of which I could not comprehend.”
“Sussex returned the reverence with the same formal civility, and entered the presence-room.”
““An it please your Grace,” said Bowyer, “it is the same against whom I this instant closed the door of the presence-room.””
“No sooner had he entered the presence-room, than he hastily sought Lord”
“The corridor through which I passed from the palace steps, and the presence-room, are both plain and handsome.”
“Edward found himself in a presence-room, fitted up with some attempt at royal state.”
“With these they attired Akinosuke as befitted a princely bridegroom; and he was then conducted to the presence-room, where he saw the Kokuo of Tokoyo seated upon the daiza,  wearing a high black cap of state, and robed in robes of yellow silk.”
“On entering the presence-room he saw the Lord Hosokawa seated upon the dais, surrounded by samurai of high rank, in caps and robes of ceremony.”
“Lords of the land going into the presence-room and after a short time, when the Divan was made complete by the Ministers and high”
“No sooner had he entered the presence-room, than he hastily sought”
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