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dressing room

noun
1.
a room for use in getting dressed, especially one for performers backstage in a theater, television studio, etc.
Origin of dressing room
1665-1675
1665-75
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  • At last, quite exhausted, she fled to her dressing room, where she found Florence and the faithful Tico awaiting her.

    Green Eyes Roy J. Snell
  • In his dressing room he kept a large open bible in which he daily read.

    The Grand Old Man Richard B. Cook
  • Nellie Agnew was the first to enter the dressing room assigned to the Central High girls.

  • You will observe that she has fine rugs in her dressing room and bathroom.

    Her Father's Daughter Gene Stratton-Porter
  • The dressing room, apodyterium, was usually entered from the court through a passageway or anteroom.

British Dictionary definitions for dressing room

dressing room

noun
1.
(theatre) a room backstage for an actor to change clothing and to make up
2.
any room used for changing clothes, such as one at a sports ground or off a bedroom
3.
(in sport, esp soccer) a sense of camaraderie or team spirit
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