bed-sitting-room love



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  • SHE HAD a bed-sitting-room in the district rather to the west of Leeds; I found the house next morning with some difficulty.

    Movie Night

  • The word flat turned out to be a euphemism, for her new home was little more than a cramped bed-sitting-room.

    A Suitable Vengeance

  • She slid her feet into black high-heeled pumps before finally switching on the lamp next to the daybed to illuminate a simple bed-sitting-room with the sole delicious luxury of a private bath.

    A Suitable Vengeance

  • She went to London with money she had been hoarding since her fourteenth birthday, found a bed-sitting-room she could afford, and looked for a job.

    The Murder Room

  • Sure enough of herself to have a man who looked like I did brought to her bed-sitting-room, and to ask him to stay for coffee when it was not necessary, but only polite.

    For Kicks

  • The interior was furnished in a most luxurious way and looked like a very fine bed-sitting-room.

    Five Have Plenty Of Fun

  • She had cleaned out her life as one might clean out a house or a bed-sitting-room before leaving it, and having done so she had lain down to die.

    The Breaking Wave

  • Phuong asked, and I thought, Tm afraid of the loneliness, of the Press Club and the bed-sitting-room, I'm afraid of Pyle. '

    The Quiet American

  • Field found him in a dingy bed-sitting-room, smoking vile tobacco and eagerly reading a sporting paper.

    The Slave of Silence

  • In a little over three weeks Stefan's old studio had been transformed into a bed-sitting-room, with every comfort that an invalid could desire, and the further end of it had been partitioned into a bathroom and a small bedroom for Mr. Jensen, with a separate outside entrance.

    The Nest Builder


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