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Correct spelling:
Practice. When a judge decides some interlocutory matter, which has arisen in the course of the cause, out of court, he is said to make such decision at his chambers. The most usual applications at chambers take place in relation to taking bail, and staying proceedings on process.


condo, flat, living quarters, walk-up, co-operative, penthouses, cooperatives, condos, penthouse, co-operatives, cold-water, cold water, walkups.
Sir William Chambers, William Chambers.
boards, Assemblies, Bodies, Forums, Congresses, Symposia, Conferences, meetings, committees, coalitions, leagues, summits, courts, tribunals, councils, cabinets, cadres, caucuses, congregations, conventions, factions, inquisitions, legislatures, panels, parliaments, quorums.
co-op, godown, floor-through, co-ops, go-down, godowns, railroad apartment.
chambers, Sir William Chambers, William Chambers.
cantonment, fraternity, quarter, tent, cantonments.
rooms, Cells, cubicles.
Examples of usage:
  1. Still it was not at all painful, this novel feeling of wistfulness and unrest; a faint echo of some mysterious delight rang in the inner chambers of her young soul, the newly awakened heart stirred within her like an imprisoned bird, and turned to the new light which had dawned upon her. – Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir by Charles Garvice
  2. Chambers seems to reckon that as another 120l. – Robert Burns by Principal Shairp
  3. I looked to its chambers and found the charges undisturbed. – Recollections of a Varied Life by George Cary Eggleston
  4. Comfortable enough for a man in chambers. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  5. Outside the chambers, in the corridor, Cranly gripped his friend's shoulder hard. – Beyond The Thunder by H. B. Hickey