chamber

All Noun
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  • The new chamber did not result in a clear majority for any side.
  • Members of the larger chamber usually serve for terms of two years.
  • He was nevertheless popular and acquired many very close friends in the chamber.
  • The chambers became silent after twelve minutes and were closed for twenty minutes or less.
  • These typically do not have an air chamber and are so named only because of their external shape.
  • His body is laid in a different chamber from all the others who died battling him.
  • When she finds him she takes him almost by force into the chamber in which her mother conceived her.
  • Neither work was completed and both were lost when the chamber was refurbished.
  • The larger of the two chambers is long by broad and high.
  • In each case the smaller chamber is called the Senate and is usually referred to as the upper house.
  • Thus, it is possible to fire a chambered round even with the magazine removed.
  • Prior to that time, gas chambers and other means were commonly employed.
  • Many works of chamber music have also been written for the clarinet.
  • The first- and second-floor rooms were designed as living chambers.
  • Both positions are occupied by an active member of each body, elected by a majority of both chambers.
  • They use thermal chambers on board their ships to keep their energy.
  • Some composers of modern art music use the electric bass in a chamber music setting.
  • It contains local government offices as well as the council chambers.
  • During repairs, all chamber business was conducted in the Parliament's committee room two.
  • The well is about deep, with two underground chambers at its bottom.
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Meaning of chamber

  • noun A natural or artificial enclosed space
  • noun An enclosed volume in the body
    the chambers of his heart were healthy
  • noun A room where a judge transacts business
  • noun A deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly
    the upper chamber is the senate
  • verb Place in a chamber