chamber


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Synonyms for chamber

Synonyms for chamber

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As he closed the door of my chamber behind him his thoughts were cut off from me as was the sight of him, which seemed strange to me in my little knowledge of thought transference.
The sound of voices diminished by degrees in the adjoining chamber.
Yes; we have an instance here; it was by always offering a million of francs to the governor for his liberty that an abbe became mad, who was in this chamber before you.
cried Jervase Helwyse, advancing three steps into the chamber.
Louis re-entered his chamber, making Colbert a sign to follow.
Back into the chamber turning, all my soul within me burning, Soon I heard again a tapping somewhat louder than before.
Back into the chamber turning, all my sour within me burning, Soon again I heard a tapping something louder than before.
Because my friend fights there alone," I answered, as I hastily sought and found the keys upon the carcass of the dead custodian of this grim chamber of horrors.
I drew Woola out of harm's way, and then began a careful survey of as much of the Chamber of Reptiles as I could see from where I stood.
The report of the treasure went down indeed among the people who lived in the country from age to age, but none knew where the chamber was, nor the secret of the door.
Whether there was something in the expression of his face, or whether from Carthoris of Helium in a far chamber of the palace came a more powerful suggestion, who may say?
Here the reptile stopped and commenced to go over the poor devil carefully, and as it did so its back turned toward me for an instant, and in that instant I gave two mighty leaps that carried me out of the chamber into the corridor beyond, down which I raced with all the speed I could command.
Another king would be loosed from his sealed chamber and Ghek would be killed.
The floor of the chamber was of concrete, the walls of smooth granite, upon which strange figures of men and beasts were carved.
He first of all took advantage of Rosa's absence to make himself fully acquainted with all the peculiarities of the door of her chamber.