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bedroom community

A community in which most people commute to jobs elsewhere (and thus usually only come home to sleep during the work week). Since I'm still in school, I'm not sure I want to live in a town that's such a bedroom community—I want to be able to spend time with people during the day when I'm not in class.
See also: bedroom, community

bedroom eyes

A sultry, suggestive gaze or facial expression. You know I can't resist when you look at me with those bedroom eyes!
See also: bedroom, eye

bedroom eyes

a look suggestive of sexual invitation. informal
See also: bedroom, eye

bedroom eyes

n. seductive eyes. Beware of bedroom eyes. They mean trouble.
See also: bedroom, eye
References in classic literature ?
After a little talk with the under-housemaid, I returned to the bedroom.
As fast as I could mount the stairs I hastened back to the bedroom.
The coachman was sent for before I was summoned back to the bedroom.
By this device, Number Fourteen disappeared at once and for ever from the books of the hotel, as the number of a bedroom to let.
Tod fetched a large heavy pailful of water from the spring, and staggered with it through the kitchen into his bedroom.
It would be his bedroom they would attack, and they must reach it by the back staircase, or by the window in the dressing-room.
When he drew near to the bedroom door, Monte Cristo expected that he was coming in, and raised one of his pistols; but he simply heard the sound of the bolts sliding in their copper rings.
Monte Cristo returned to his bedroom, and, glancing rapidly from the garden to the street, he saw first Caderousse, who after walking to the end of the garden, fixed his ladder against the wall at a different part from where he came in.
She opened the bedroom door, and led the way back into the sitting-room.
Blanche took the box from the woman's hands, and joined Anne in the bedroom, to dress herself for the drive home.
She threw open the bedroom door, and called to the maid, in the sitting-room.
The man might have effected his entrance there, left traces as he passed through the bedroom, and finally, finding the door open, have escaped that way.
Soames's back was turned, you released the man who was hiding in that bedroom.
You observe that the scratch on that table is slight at one side, but deepens in the direction of the bedroom door.
Anna Mikhaylovna, stooping, quickly caught up the object of contention and ran into the bedroom.