bed–sitting room

noun bed–sit·ting room
variants: less commonly

bedsitting room

Definition of bed–sitting room

plural

bed–sitting rooms

also

bedsitting rooms

British

  1. :  bedsit When George leaves for the factory Pam packs and leaves for London, where in a cold, filthy bed-sitting room she concludes the novel's opening section by turning on the gas. — Alan Cheuse, New York Times Book Review, 12 Dec. 1982

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1883

First Known Use of bed–sitting room

1883


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