- For attiring room. (Wiktionary)
“Varney replied to the lady, that his lord purposed to attend her; and would have proceeded with some compliment, when, running to the door of the parlour, she called aloud, “Janet — Janet! come to my tiring-room instantly.””
“But come to my tiring-room, girl; we must be brave, my lord comes hither to-night. —”
“Father Lukas drew him toward the tiring-room; just before they got there, Brother Sergei burst through, almost crashing into them before he realized they were there.”
“Only when they were all outside did Father Lukas remember that the precious books and parchments were all in the tiring-room.”
“Only when they reached the end where the tiring-room had been did Lukas realize that not all the books and papers would have been destroyed.”
“Father Lukas's church was not large, but it was solidly built, and there was room enough inside it for at least a hundred villagers -- standing, for no space was wasted on benches in Orthodox churches -- and a tiring-room behind and to the right of the altar.”
“No sooner had Sergei disappeared into the tiring-room behind the altar, however, than the thick-bodied peasant woman turned away from the candle she had been lighting, glanced up at Ivan, and immediately ducked her head and hurried away.”
“Attire is simple, when the woods are the tiring-room.”
“The first apartment we entered was a sort of tiring-room, where along the walls hung the shawls and black sun-bonnets of the sisters.”
“Behind the curtain was the tiring-room (_nepathya_), whence the actors came on the stage.”
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