adjoining room love


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a hotel room that shares a wall with another hotel room


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  • I heaved one aside, and was wrestling with the other when I realised that three other men had emerged from the adjoining room and were advancing past Annette, and at the sight of them I 'vasted heaving and subsided, paralysed with horror.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • That's all by the way; what mattered, as I wallowed amidst the shattered furniture, was not that I'd failed to identify La M.ndeville's dainty buttocks in ecstatio, but that she was here at all, and in company with yet another branch of the B.M. Comber Admiration Society, to judge by the snatch of talk I'd heard from the adjoining room a moment since.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • In an adjoining room were musicians and actors, among them Ponchard, Levasseur,

    The Great Italian and French Composers

  • The friends kept coming, and after a while Lady Beresford said to him: "We have set all the tables we have and the dining-room and the adjoining room can hold.

    My Memories of Eighty Years

  • Telzey stationed Thrakell in the main passage, went into a room, checked it and an adjoining room out, returned to the passage, started along it

    The Complete Federation Of The Hub


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