Definition of Connecting room

1. Noun. A hotel room that shares a wall with an adjoining room and is connected by a private door.

Generic synonyms: Hotel Room



Lexicographical Neighbors of Connecting Room

connected spaces
connected the dots
connectedly
connectedness
connectednesses
connecter
connecters
connectible
connectin
connecting
connecting flight
connecting peptide
connecting rod
connecting rods
connecting room (current term)
connecting stalk
connecting the dots
connecting tubule
connecting tubules
connectins
connection
connectional
connectionally
connectionism
connectionist
connectionists
connectionless
connections
connectitude

Literary usage of Connecting room

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. School Architecture: A General Treatise for the Use of Architects and Others by Edmund March Wheelwright (1901)
"A smaller connecting room, with shelves and cases for such physical apparatus as the pupils personally use, and a working table for the teacher and for ..."

2. Paris and Environs, with Routes from London to Paris: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1894)
"... the Galerie da Pirogues, connecting ROOM VII. with the Ethnographical Museum (see below), contains models of Arab, Indian, Chinese, Australasian, ..."

3. The Religio-medical Masquerade: A Complete Exposure of Christian Science by Frederick William Peabody (1915)
"... room with Miss Tomlinson but was placed out in the corridor, while Mr. Irving Tomlinson took off his shoes and coat and laid down in a connecting room. ..."

4. Paris and Environs: With Routes from London to Paris; Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1891)
"... the Galerie de» Pirogues, connecting ROOM VII. with the Ethnographical Museum (see below), contains models of Arab, Indian, Chinese, Australasian, ..."

5. The Life of Robert Fulton and a History of Steam Navigation by Thomas Wallace Knox (1886)
"In this grand saloon are 103 state-rooms, seven bridal rooms, and two family bridals, with a connecting room. The bridal rooms each have folding bedsteads, ..."

6. The Homes of America by Martha Joanna Lamb (1879)
"The connecting room in front—the smaller of the two rooms—is more distinctively the " study " of Mr. Longfellow, and it is also the favorite resort of the ..."

7. Report on the Cahaba Coal Field by Joseph Squire, Eugene Allen Smith (1890)
"... also a ground plan of the hoisting slope with its connecting room roads, and sidings for empty mine cars; also the position of the iron post cranes for ..."

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