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Synonyms for room

suitable opportunity to accept or allow something

Synonyms for room

an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling

opportunity for

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the people who are present in a room

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live and take one's meals at or in

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Then, suddenly, as he rested there, the room was filled with the strong, sweet odour of mignonette.
She has been in this room," he cried, and he sprang to wrest from it a token, for he knew he would recognize the smallest thing that had belonged to her or that she had touched.
Do you know that he has slept in the upper room of the donjon ever since it was restored?
I say, if, because at this moment, apart from the presence of the ladder and his vacant room, there are no evidences which permit me even to suspect him)--if he is there, he has been obliged to pass by the ladder, and the rooms which lie behind his, in his new lodging, are occupied by the family of the steward and by the cook, and by the kitchens, which bar the way by the vestibule to the interior of the chateau.
Assuming that the admiral was likely to keep all his important documents within easy reach of his own hand, she might now feel certain that the Secret Trust was secured in one or other of the rooms in the north wing.
He began to tell little lies about business engagements that would give him freedom to walk alone in the street at night and, the chance offering, he secretly re-rented the room fac- ing Washington Square.
And so Enoch Robinson stayed in the New York room among the people of his fancy, playing with them, talking to them, happy as a child is happy.
Descending from the table, she left the parlour, and went upstairs, intending to enter the room overhead, which was the bedchamber at the back of the drawing-room.
The room was empty; the breakfast--a substantial repast of coffee, eggs, and a cold ham--lay spread upon the table untouched, as when she had taken it up, excepting that the carving-knife was missing.
And nine years, Catherine knew, was a trifle of time, compared with what generally elapsed after the death of an injured wife, before her room was put to rights.
Dorothy put on a green silk apron and tied a green ribbon around Toto's neck, and they started for the Throne Room of the Great Oz.
I am afraid you are not quite comfortable here," she said, turning away from his fixed stare, and looking about the room.
Supper is at six o'clock," she finished, as she left the room and swept down-stairs.
Tietjens, who had been lying underneath the table, rose up and went into the leastexposed veranda as soon as her master moved to his own room, which was ncxt to the stately chamber set apart for Tietjens.
On finding myself alone in my room, I naturally turned my attention to the parcel which appeared to have so strangely intimidated the fresh-coloured young footman.