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No saint, demonstrating a disdain for the poor and a fair bit of intellectual snobbery, Lister once told a lover she was glad her father hadn’t raised her as a man, “because then I would not have been able to be in your boudoirs.”
The hour was beyond the time in which he ought to have been in the imperial boudoir, to await the hand of his intended bride.
The two women shut themselves into a boudoir, and I put myself within hearing.
CAMILLE (LA DAME AUX CAMILIAS)ALEXANDRE DUMAS, FILS
The dressing-room was really a ravishing boudoir hung with pale blue satin, studded with marguerites.
Thus the conversation that is conceded in a club smoking-room would be intolerable in the boudoir.
The extremely rich furniture was of a boudoir and toilet chamber leading to a parlor.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS
Then Jacinth, anxiously waiting, heard the boudoir-bell ring, and a message was brought to herself asking her to join them.
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
The young fop bowed in silence, turned on the heels of his boots, and gracefully quitted the boudoir.
"I shall carry you," and taking her in his arms as he spoke, he bore her to her boudoir and laid her tenderly down on its couch.
This affair being arranged, Newton made his bow to the lady, and in company with Monsieur de Fontanges, retired from the boudoir.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT

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