The antechambers were crowded all night with lords and privy-councillors.
Outside, in the corridors and antechambers, there was scarcely a sound.
All the rooms and antechambers are frequently furnished in European style.
Charles was not loved, and yet many were weeping in the antechambers.
Anne hurried after his brother, and overtook him in the antechambers.
Upholsterers and florists crowded the vestibule, the stairway, and the antechambers with their flowers and carpets.
The antechambers of the Palais Royal are naturally very dark, and, in the evening, they were but indifferently lighted.
Go into the antechambers, and see the ambassadors waiting there in the hope of a word with the Ruler of the Earth!
In the next I see myself dwelling in some stately apartments that formed the antechambers to the great prison.
But in this parallel it is the cat that is at a distance, and the lions and tigers that are in our antechambers and our lobbies.