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antechamber

noun an·te·cham·ber \ˈan-ti-ˌchām-bər\

Definition of ANTECHAMBER

:  anteroom

Origin of ANTECHAMBER

French antichambre, from Middle French, from Italian anti- (from Latin ante-) + Middle French chambre room
First Known Use: 1655

Other Architecture Terms

buttress, casita, cornice, fanlight, garret, lintel, parapet, pilaster, plinth

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