growlery

growlery

(ˈɡraʊlərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a place to retreat to, alone, when ill-humoured
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References in classic literature ?
"This, you must know, is the growlery. When I am out of humour, I come and growl here."
"Why, so it is," he answered much more cheerfully; "and it is wisdom in you to keep me to the bright side of the picture." (The idea of my wisdom!) "These are things I never talk about or even think about, excepting in the growlery here.
You will sweep them so neatly out of OUR sky in the course of your housekeeping, Esther, that one of these days we shall have to abandon the growlery and nail up the door."
"I think we may have done with the growlery for one day!
It amazed us when we began to sort his letters and to answer some of them for him in the growlery of a morning to find how the great object of the lives of nearly all his correspondents appeared to be to form themselves into committees for getting in and laying out money.
Growlery Growling; place to growl in, private room, den.