Definition of boudoir
: a woman's dressing room, bedroom, or private sitting room
Recent Examples of boudoir from the Web
This means that a rather chaste air hangs over the film; when Diana and Steve, for example, share a kiss and presumably proceed to the boudoir, the scene fades out pronto.
And their choices can produce male birds that are incredibly colorful, and some that are elaborate dancers or designers of striking boudoirs — like the bower birds.
An included theme for the phone evokes a she-teen boudoir that counts colorful Trapper-Keepers, potted plants and a rainbow peeking in the window among its touches.
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Origin and Etymology of boudoir
French, from bouder to pout
First Known Use: 1777See Words from the same year
BOUDOIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boudoir for English Language Learners
: a woman's bedroom or private room for dressing or resting
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