bedrooms

All Noun
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  • The play takes place in three bedrooms during one night and the following morning.
  • Such houses are often smaller and have only two bedrooms in the back.
  • This allowed boys and girls to be given separate bedrooms from each other.
  • These women lived in the home, and their bedrooms were on the third floor.
  • A children's wing of sitting room and three bedrooms were added later.
  • The residence hall itself is for four people, split up into two double bedrooms.
  • The third floor contains additional bedrooms, and a private study for the prime minister.
  • Members hold all resources in common except for the personal items they keep in their bedrooms.
  • The second story contained a large sitting room and five additional bedrooms.
  • The picture then goes to the bedrooms where there are nine new people passed out on the floor.
  • A student will share his (or her) bedrooms with one or two other students.
  • The two main bedrooms are on the second story, at either end of a narrow hall.
  • There are a number of bedrooms at the club for out-of-town members.
  • This color is popular in interior design for painting bedrooms, especially among women.
  • There are more family bedrooms on the second floor facing west and north.
  • The top floor had a small kitchen, a living room and three small bedrooms.
  • Two bedrooms were added as the family grew to seven children.
  • In the early years of the house, the bedrooms were probably fully occupied by children.
  • Other rooms on the first floor are two bedrooms, a study and a family sitting room.
  • On the east wing are three bedrooms for the general's three daughter's.
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Root form of bedrooms is bedroom for the noun.

Meaning of bedrooms

  • noun A room used primarily for sleeping