We carried him on Monday night down from his bed-chamber and laid him in the study.
The Life of John Ruskin W. G. Collingwood
Here I find that everybody, let his rank be what it may, lives in his bed-chamber.
The World’s Greatest Books, Volume 19 Various
It is a beautiful view,—such as can be rarely seen out of England,—that which the poet had from the window of his bed-chamber.
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 88, February, 1865 Various
He seized the lamp and hurried to the door of the bed-chamber, and looked in.
Moriah’s Mourning and Other Half-Hour Sketches Ruth McEnery Stuart
I re-entered the bed-chamber in order to take leave of Isora; she was already up.
Devereux, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The walls of her bed-chamber are hung with guipure and costly satin.
The Magnificent Montez Horace Wyndham
The first bed-chamber on the left had a similar communication with the store outside.
Museum of Antiquity L. W. Yaggy
At this moment there was a knock at the door leading into the bed-chamber.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine – Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844 Various
I have let the rooms over the sitting-room and bed-chamber to a sick man who plays the piano.
Magnhild Dust Bjrnstjerne Bjrnson
It is now seven, and I have got a fire, but am writing abed in my bed-chamber.
The Journal to Stella Jonathan Swift
an archaic word for bedroom
also bed-chamber, mid-14c., from bed (n.) + chamber.
an apartment in Eastern houses, furnished with a slightly elevated platform at the upper end and sometimes along the sides, on which were laid mattresses. This was the general arrangement of the public sleeping-room for the males of the family and for guests, but there were usually besides distinct bed-chambers of a more private character (2 Kings 4:10; Ex. 8:3; 2 Kings 6:12). In 2 Kings 11:2 this word denotes, as in the margin of the Revised Version, a store-room in which mattresses were kept.
coverings for a bed, as sheets and blankets; bedding. Historical Examples Lady Louisa Manvers was waiting for her nephew, propped up in bed, clutching the bed-clothes with leaden, corpse-pale hands. Notwithstanding Mary Cholmondeley Papa was the Pussycat and she was the little mouse in her hole under the bed-clothes. Life and Death of Harriett Frean […]
an ulceration of the skin and subcutaneous tissue caused by poor circulation due to prolonged pressure on body parts, especially bony protuberances, occurring in bedridden or immobile patients; decubitus ulcer. Historical Examples Certain forms of bed-sore are also due to prolonged pressure. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles With due watchfulness and care […]
night table. Historical Examples “Lyenitchka, go get my phone from my bed-stand,” Perry said, patting the girl on the shoulder. Makers Cory Doctorow
urinating in bed, especially habitually and involuntarily; enuresis. Contemporary Examples This not only makes you look like a louse, it makes you look like a helpless, bed-wetting man-child. Arnold’s Divorce Scandal: 7 Basic Tips for Horny Politicians Michelle Cottle May 17, 2011 Symptoms during the early stages include detachment and aggression as well as insomnia, […]