boudoir boudoir  /ˈbu ˌdɔ ɪr/


  • (n) a lady's bedroom or private sitting room


  1. Soon the brand's 1940s-boudoir-style stores began popping up around the globe.
  2. It looks like the sort of leisure device Captain Kirk might encounter in a martian boudoir, a shiny white puddle with colorful, crazy-shaped blocks and blinking lights.
  3. This permits an unsurpassably false picture of court and boudoir high jinks at Versailles which, had they been true, would have considerably speeded up the Revolution.


  • No Star Wars Fan Could Resist Photos of You on This Tauntaun Skin Rug

    Your standard alluring, boudoir-style photos usually sees someone stretched out on a bear skin rug. But if the only thing you're looking for in a partner is an obsession with Star Wars , perhaps a photo of yourself sprawled across this life-size tauntaun skin rug would serve as a better dating site profile pic. Read more...        
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Gizmodo

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  1. "With Dawn Woman back in her sissy boudoir there wasn't any use sticking around," wrote historian Stewart Holbrook, who knew Knowles. "So Joe came out of the woods himself and put on his pants."
    on Feb 21, 2008 By: Stewart Holbrook Source: 680 News

  2. Ms Gold said: "The new concept will be much more luxurious and glamorous. Before it felt more clinical, old-fashioned. Now it is softer, with a boudoir feel."
    on Jun 3, 2008 By: Jacqueline Gold Source: Times Online

  3. "I want it to feel as though you are walking into a lady's dressing room, a woman's boudoir," Mellon said.
    on May 12, 2007 By: Tamara Mellon Source: Malaysia Star

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