- n. Alternative form of sitting room.
“I have only the faintest recollections of Pa, mainly, I think, as an enormous pair of highly polished brogues, which I recall studying intently at floor level in the sitting-room at 18, Denham Place.”
“Captain Haskett-Smith seems to be holding his own camera, and leans against the window-sill of a charming small sitting-room which, eighty years later, Naomi Miller and I used as an office when together we worked as aides to Davis McCaughey, certainly the most beautiful, tranquil, and comfortable I shall ever occupy.”
“Having told Gabi to come up, she moved the tray of half-eaten food from the sitting-room table of her suite and placed it outside the door.”
“The sitting-room sofa should therefore be the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the proceedings.”
“I burn a grate fire in my sitting-room at Berkeley.”
“It was almost two rooms in one, the one he was in evidently the sitting-room, and the one he could see into, the bedroom.”
“Dominating their sitting-room was the largest bottle of Scotch (or of anything else) I have ever seen.”
“He also demonstrated one of the home's architectural quirks: a hidden bar, accessible through a secret door in the sitting-room bookcase.”
“On Bodmin Moor, meanwhile, he points out some nondescript stones that are actually the remains of someone's prehistoric sitting-room.”
“She retreated through the sitting-room door, and Cormac emerged a second later.”
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