antechamber definition

  • noun:
    • an inferior space serving as an entryway into a bigger room.
    • a tiny room utilized as an entryway or reception area to a larger space.
    • A chamber or apartment before the primary apartment and leading involved with it, for which individuals watch for audience; an outer chamber. See lobby.
    • A space considered the outer chamber or the entrance to an interior component.
    • A chamber or a condo by which accessibility is needed to a principal apartment, and in which persons wait for audience. Previously also spelled antichamber.
    • a large entry or reception room or area
    • a smaller sized area offering as an entryway into a bigger space.
    • a little area used as an entryway or reception location to a bigger room.
    • A chamber or apartment before the primary apartment and leading engrossed, where people wait for market; an outer chamber. See lobby.
    • an area seen as the outer chamber and/or entry to an interior part.
    • A chamber or a flat through which access is needed to a principal apartment, plus in which persons watch for market. Previously in addition spelled antichamber.
    • a large entrance or reception area or location

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