bedchamber : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a room used primarily for sleeping
- But next day good news came down from the small, white bedchamberthe Pope was feeling better, the X rays showed nothing alarming.
- For example, Merrill has unaccountably confined Dido and Aeneas to a bedchamber when they should be strolling under the stars while singing Berlioz's interpolation of "In such a .
- Then the larva develops an anus and excretes the entire sac into a back compartment of its bedchamber.
News & Articles
- Charlotte Gainsbourg and Beck (Un-)Cover 'Hey Joe' for 'Nymphomaniac'
One of the most commonly covered songs of the rock era just got the breathy bedchamber-pop turn you never knew it always needed. Jimi Hendrix's 1966 version of "Hey Joe" is the most widely known, but the song's murky authorship lends itself to radical reclamations by other artists — Patti Smith's 1974 take is the prime example...
Dec. 13, 2013 - Spin