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sleeping quarters (ˈsliːpɪŋ ˈkwɔːtəz) 


plural noun

  1. the rooms where people sleep in a large building or complex or on a boat etc   ⇒ the aircrews' working conditions and sleeping quarters

Example Sentences Including 'sleeping quarters'

A thick tapestry, of exquisite Hythrun geometrical design, divided the tent in two, concealing the sleeping quarters.
Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)
His sleeping quarters felt cold and impersonal to her, with a four-poster that dominated the room.
Lawson, Jonell Roses are for the Rich
Later we head back to our compartments, which have been transformed into cosy sleeping quarters by our personal stewards.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
The large master bedroom is zoned away from the remainder of the sleeping quarters for true peace and privacy.
Australian News Misc (2004)
Then the S. P. called on a Corporal Ratcliffe to show me to some temporary sleeping quarters.
Rollin, Jack Soccer at War
Upstairs, the second zone of the home could be classed as the sleeping quarters.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
When you have finished, you will be shown to your sleeping quarters.
Forbes, Bryan The Endless Game


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