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  • n. Alternative form of dressing room.


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  • Please leave your preferences in your dressingroom and give us the news.

    Blitzer: The loser's role

  • He looked briefly in our direction—precisely as the figure had done the night before—and then knocked on the dressingroom door.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Mrs. Lincoln emerged from her dressingroom in a gown of white silk, set off with a long train and a quantity of flounces.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • He carried the pile of new clothing with him to the dressingroom and slid off the coat and hung it from the hook on the back of the door.

    No Country For Old Men

  • Mr. Holohan came into the dressingroom every few minutes with reports from the box-office.


  • Eveline smiled and ordered hot water and towels to her dressingroom.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • There would be no thoughts of the English players breaking into their own rendition of God Save the Queen to phyche themselves up in the dressingroom before kickoff.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • After supper the Marchioness conducted Candide into her dressingroom, and made him sit down under a canopy.


  • So, softly, and like a thief, I opened the door communicating with the little dressingroom in which Julie's cradle stood.

    Painted Windows

  • But on the third morning after his arrival in Hertfordshire, she saw him form her dressingroom window enter the paddock, and ride towards the house.

    Chapter LIII


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