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  • n. a bedroom (usually with bath) in a hotel


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  • Later that night, Billy Baxter and Mike Sexton visited Stuey in his hotel room upstairs at the Horseshoe.

    One of a Kind

  • The following year, Major General Hector MacDonald shot himself in a Paris hotel room after being accused as an active homosexual.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • Most of his time was spent in his hotel room waiting endlessly for Antiquariat representatives to call.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • And then F. O. Matthiessen jumped out a hotel room window in Boston, because he was lonely and sad and upset about the purge of former communists.


  • They ate breakfast at the Corner Room, strolled around campus, stopped by an alumni association tailgater, attended the football game, and shared the same hotel room that night as well.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • Spivek said something about finding her inside a hotel room unconscious, but David stopped listening when he saw Malcolm sitting in the backseat of Spiveks police car.

    The After Wife

  • From my hotel room I called Morris to ask about Duck, and as usual he answered the phone already laughing: Maxwell Smart!


  • So, on the day that New Hampshire voters were going to the polls, I invited John, Jim Lake, and Charles Black to my hotel room and I asked them to resign.

    An American Life

  • Unfortunately, my parents have made me break up with him because my mother accidentally-on-purpose overheard me telling a friend on the phone about how F. and I had rented a hotel room on prom night a few weeks earlier.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • During a break, Stuey ran up to his hotel room at the Horseshoe and called his old mentor Victor Romano.

    One of a Kind


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