Definition of "withdrawing-room" [with•draw•ing-room]
A room for retirement from another room, as from a dining room; a drawing-room.(noun)
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Use "withdrawing-room" in a sentence
"As all readers of Regency novels know, the ladies withdrew to the withdrawing-room after dinner, leaving the gentlemen at table."
"He bowed accordingly with the deepest deference to the Lady Brenhilda, who, having made some alterations to enhance the splendour of her attire, now moved forward from the withdrawing-room into which she had retreated."
"“That you will be pleased to come to her directly, in the withdrawing-room,” answered Lilias."