Definition of Reception room
1. Noun. A room for receiving and entertaining visitors (as in a private house or hotel).
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Literary usage of Reception room
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Architect and Building News (1908)
"The main reception-room of this suite contains a total area of 2100 square feet, and the general layout is such that trains may be reached without coming in ..."
2. Fifty Contemporary One-act Plays by Frank Shay, Pierre Loving (1920)
"[The stage shows an elegantly furnished reception room.] Reprinted from " The, World's Best Plays by Celebrated European Authors," edited by Barrett H. ..."
3. Journal by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1858)
"Tickets, which will be issued strictly according to priority of application, to be obtained at the Reception-room, St. George's Hall, on either the Monday ..."
4. Darkness and Daylight; Or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life: A Woman's by Helen Campbell, Thomas Wallace Knox, Thomas Byrnes (1892)
"... once a newsboy, looks back to both as the closest friends his youth ever knew. THE SCHOOL ROOM AND GENERAL reception room IN THE NEWSBOYS* ..."
5. The Land of the Midnight Sun: Summer and Winter Journeys Through Sweden by Paul Belloni Du Chaillu (1882)
"Reception-room and Kitchen. — Habits at Meals. — Holmsund.— Lumber Firm of D & Co. — Their Far-sightedness and Philanthropy. ..."