smoking-room

smok·ing-room

(smō′kīng-ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
adj.
Marked by indecency; obscene: smoking-room humor.
References in classic literature ?
Only one member of the assembly in the smoking-room took the part of this much-abused woman, and declared that her character had been most cruelly and most unjustly assailed.
As Tarzan walked slowly toward the smoking-room he came unexpectedly upon two men whispering excitedly just without.
Being void of self-expression they confide their views to none; But sometimes, in a smoking-room, one learns why things were done.
As I enter the club smoking-room you are to conceive David vanishing into nothingness, and that it is any day six years ago at two in the afternoon.
Brinkworth through the smoking-room window," pursued her ladyship.
The appearance of Lady Lydiard's card in the smoking-room had been an alarming event for Lady Lydiard's adopted daughter.
Just as he is going towards the door LORD CAVERSHAM enters from the smoking-room.
Most of us hearers were in shadow, for the candles in the smoking-room had not been lighted, and only the face of the Journalist and the legs of the Silent Man from the knees downward were illuminated.
He passed on into the smoking-room and found all four of the young people gathered around the table.
A corresponding door on the left hand gives access to the billiard-room, to the smoking-room next to it, and to a smaller hall commanding one of the secondary entrances to the building.
When I went into the smoking-room I was never more surprised in my life than when each man, nearly every one of them a citizen of Georgia, came up and introduced himself to me and thanked me earnestly for the work that I was trying to do for the whole South.
He imitated Evelyn's enthusiastic tone as she confronted him in the smoking-room.