Mistress Lettice in the great room went into hysterics for the fifth time that morning.
The great room was for the mean time given over to the Frankses.
The cooks worked in an open-ended extension at the rear of the great room.
In the great room out there are windows of quartz high in the ceiling.
A puff of the morning breeze entered the great room, faint and chill.
The council-hall is, as it ought to be, a great room built of trunks of trees.
Barclay's hard jaw trembled, and his eyes were wet as he rose and limped across the great room.
Five hundred workmen were polishing off their plates in the great room.
The tower is still standing, and the great room where the monks ate and drank—used at present as a granary.
Miss Merton, Marjorie's pet aversion, had stalked into the great room.