Associations to the word «Parlor»
PARLOR, noun. The living room of a house, or a room for entertaining guests; a room for talking.
PARLOR, noun. (archaic) The apartment in a monastery or nunnery where the residents are permitted to meet and converse with each other or with visitors from the outside.
PARLOR, noun. A room for lounging; a sitting-room; a drawing room.
PARLOR, noun. (archaic) A comfortable room in a public house.
PARLOR, noun. (chiefly Southern US) A covered open-air patio.
PARLOR, noun. A shop or other business selling goods specified by context.
PARLOR, noun. A shed used for milking cattle.
PARLOR GAME, noun. Alternative spelling of parlour game
PARLOR HOUSE, noun. A brothel with a parlor, often elaborately decorated, for the reception of clients.
PARLOR, noun. Reception room in an inn or club where visitors can be received.
PARLOR, noun. A room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax.
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