The door is low, your Majesty, said the servant as she entered the sickroom of the councilor.
They helped him to the sickroom, for he could barely trail his legs after him.
Aunt Lydia, however, must be a good nurse, for she had made the room look quite like a sickroom.
The strictest attention should be paid to the ventilation of the sickroom.
Constance and Barbara went back to the sickroom, and Julia went downstairs to find them.
The sickroom itself should be large and in a quiet part of the house.
In a few moments more, before the boy had returned with the physician, they stood again at the door of the sickroom.
While he was talking to Hugh, Nathan Hornby came and was called into the sickroom also.
The sweet pale face, the widow's cap, the suit of deep black—it was long ere these came down from the sickroom.
Shortly after, she had taken her usual place in the sickroom.
sickroom sick·room (sĭk'rōōm', -rum')
A room occupied by a sick person.
To incite someone against someone or something: They've decided to sick the voters on the whole government (1845+)