bedroom

[bed-room, -room]
noun
1.
a room furnished and used for sleeping.
adjective
2.
concerned mainly with love affairs or sex: The movie is a typical bedroom comedy.
3.
sexually inviting; amorous: bedroom eyes.
4.
inhabited largely by commuters: a bedroom community.

Origin:
1580–90; bed + room

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bedroom (ˈbɛdˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
1.  a room furnished with beds or used for sleeping
2.  (modifier) containing references to sex: a bedroom comedy

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Word Origin & History

bedroom
1610s, from bed + room. Replaced earlier bedchamber. First record of slang bedroom eyes is 1940s.
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Example sentences
We even quit sleeping in the same bedroom for several years, but are in the
  same bed now.
Westerners prefer a quiet bedroom, sleeping alone or with a partner.
The couple wanted to take advantage of some roof space for the loft bedroom.
Here basic roman shades help maintain the sleek lines of a chic, modern bedroom.
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