Thesaurus / antechamber
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The cupboard was in an antechamber which served as the public passage by which the apartments of Madame were reached.

We got first into an antechamber, and then into a large room, where a great row was going on.

No sooner had I appeared in the antechamber than I was ushered into the presence of the secretary.

Sir Jasper CarewCharles James Lever

"Bethink you also that this world is but the antechamber of the next," said the prelate.

Sir NigelArthur Conan Doyle

The term parvise, though used in somewhat different senses by old writers, appears to mean strictly a porch or antechamber.

Aretino's own experience of life in Rome enabled him to make these pictures of the servants' hall and antechamber pungent.

In the antechamber, there were more office-seekers than were usually in attendance.

In the antechamber the Council waited, standing and without speech.

Long Live the KingMary Roberts Rinehart

The Count could not escape by the antechamber on account of Monsieur's people who were there.

The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, CompleteElizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans

And after that I painted for the ceiling of an antechamber four large pictures in oils of the four Seasons of the year.

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