Dressing room  

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"In larger Victorian houses it was common to have accessible from the bedroom a boudoir for the lady of the house and a dressing room for the gentleman (see also his Cabinet )." --Sholem Stein


"Five hours, (and who can do it less in?)
By haughty Celia spent in dressing;"--"The Lady's Dressing Room " (1732) by Jonathan Swift

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  1. A room in a theatre etc in which performers may change costume and apply makeup
  2. A small room adjoining a domestic bedroom where people may dress or undress in privacy
  3. A changing room





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