presence chamber

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presence chamber

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the room in which a great person, such as a monarch, receives guests, assemblies, etc
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Noun1.presence chamber - room in which a monarch or other great person receives guests, assemblies, etc.
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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And so, obedient to her son's behest, the old woman hobbled off to the palace, and, without being hindered, reached the courtyard, and began to mount the flight of steps leading to the royal presence chamber.
Entering the presence chamber, he stood at the foot of the throne, and made a low obeisance.
Fawcett is now personal consultant to Charles, but in the 1990s as a senior valet, he controlled the Presents Chamber - the name was a pun on the presence chambers where monarchs traditionally received courtiers.