Parlour sentence example
- A parlour, library and dining-room made up the suite of apartments.
- The first model was set up in the parlour of the house belonging to the free grammar school at Preston.
- But the extra charges levied for the use of parlour, sleeping and other special cars, of which some of the best trains are exclusively composed, in practice constitute a differentiation of class, besides making the real cost of travelling higher than the figures just given.
- Between this building and the church, opening by one door into the cloisters, and by another to the outer part of the monastery area, is the "parlour" for interviews with visitors from the external world (0).
- On the east side stands the two-aisled chapter-house (5), between which and the south transept is a small sacristy (3), and on the other side two small apartments, one of which was probably the parlour (6).Advertisement
- Vigilance and extra hot fires will have to be kept up when the thermometer falls to 34° or 35° in the parlour or conservatory.
- This was sometimes known as the parlour, colloquii locus, the monks having the privilege of conversation here.
- But to these were quickly added subjects of allegory, of classical learning, of witchcraft and superstition and of daily life; scenes of the parlour and the cloister, of the shop, the field, the market and the camp; and lastly portraits of famous men, with scenes of court life and princely pageant and ceremony.
- It is well to set the plants under the benches or on the walks of the greenhouses; if they are in the parlour move them away from the cold point and protect them with paper; this will usually save them even if the thermometer falls to 24° or 26 °.
- Considerable portions of this remain, including the abbot's parlour, celebrated as "the Jerusalem Chamber," his hall, now used for the Westminster King's Scholars, and the kitchen and butteries beyond.Advertisement
- Monks' parlour.
- The term parlour bronzes serves to designate objects for domestic use, as flower-vases, incense-burners and alcove ornaments.
- Vigilance and extra hot fires will have to be kept up when the thermometer falls to 34Ã‚° or 35Ã‚° in the parlour or conservatory.
- It is well to set the plants under the benches or on the walks of the greenhouses; if they are in the parlour move them away from the cold point and protect them with paper; this will usually save them even if the thermometer falls to 24Ã‚° or 26 Ã‚°.Advertisement