adjoining room


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a hotel room that shares a wall with another hotel room

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For this purpose I applied all the strength I possessed to force an entrance from the cramped spot in which I lay to the adjoining room.
While they were in progress, Mr Quilp withdrew to the adjoining room, and, turning back his coat-collar, proceeded to smear his countenance with a damp towel of very unwholesome appearance, which made his complexion rather more cloudy than it was before.
Wragge received her orders to retire into an adjoining room, and to wait there until her husband came to release her.
The procurator's wife took Porthos into an adjoining room, and they began to lay the basis of a reconciliation.
He was carried into the adjoining room, where the repose of bed soon soothed his failing brain.
In this manner he could see all that went on in the adjoining room.
A rustle of starched petticoats and the whispering and laughter of girls' voices came from the adjoining room.
Preceding the daughter of The Warlord she opened the door of an adjoining room where lay the bath--a gleaming pool of scented water in a marble basin.
With a shriek he sprang toward an adjoining room, but the ape-man was upon his back while his leap was yet but half completed.
Wingrave was at breakfast in his flat; Aynesworth had been in an adjoining room sorting his correspondence.
The engineer, who occupied the adjoining room, dropped in to meet the new hand and helped Martin rig up an electric bulb, on an extension wire, so that it travelled along a stretched cord from over the table to the bed.
His heart went out in pity toward the miserable crew, but he knew that his life as well as those of the two men in the adjoining room depended upon the force and skill with which he might handle the grave crisis which confronted them.
When Aunt Elizabeth Swift, who had come to watch over the body, came out of an adjoining room he put his hand into hers and began to sob, shaking his head from side to side, half blind with grief.
The closet into which D'Artagnan and Porthos had been ushered was separated from the drawing-room where the queen was by tapestried curtains only, and this thin partition enabled them to hear all that passed in the adjoining room, whilst the aperture between the two hangings, small as it was, permitted them to see.
As I was thus engaged I heard some one enter an adjoining room and ask for Monsignor; after which I saw the sacristan make a low bow to the visitor, and then another bow as the visitor took his leave.