bedchamber

[bed-cheym-ber]
noun

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English bedchaumbre. See bed, chamber

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bedchamber (ˈbɛdˌtʃeɪmbə)
 
n
an archaic word for bedroom

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Example sentences
He would even smuggle food back to the imperial bedchamber in case he felt
  peckish.
Now in his house every bedchamber is a brothel, and every dining-room a
  cookshop.
He clambers out of her clutches and bedchamber as rapidly as he can.
It contains some nudity and several bedchamber scenes.
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