tiring-house

noun
tir·ing-house | \ˈtī-riŋ-ˌhau̇s \

Definition of tiring-house 

: a section of a theater reserved for the actors and used especially for dressing for stage entrances

First Known Use of tiring-house

1590, in the meaning defined above

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