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master bedroom

a principal bedroom in a house or apartment, usually the largest, typically occupied by the person or persons who head the household.
Origin of master bedroom
1925-30 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for master bedroom
  • The buggers came into our home from our neighbors room to the master bedroom.
  • In the master bedroom built-in cabinets surround the bed.
  • The four bedroom wing with two baths is anchored by a master bedroom retreat.
  • The master bedroom has a king-sized bed, rocking chair and a ceiling fan.
  • Three of the bedrooms are on the first floor and the living areas and master bedroom are on the second floor.
  • Living quarters include a kitchenette, deep soaking marble tubs in the master bedroom and a private balcony.
  • There is a hot tub that can accommodate four guests and a sauna located between the master bedroom and the living room area.
  • Three of the bedrooms open up to a covered gallery next to the pool, while the master bedroom opens onto the deck.
  • Each town home features a gas fireplace in both the living room and the master bedroom.
  • The larger cabin has two fireplaces, with one in the master bedroom.

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