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academy an institution of learning, often private or specialized. [1/2 definitions]
deux (French) of or for two, esp. in an intimate or private manner.
air one's dirty linen in public to make public embarrassing or shameful private facts about oneself or others.
aquarist one who maintains a private aquarium or is curator or director of a public aquarium.
Beguine a member of a lay Roman Catholic sisterhood of the Netherlands, first established in the twelfth century, that allowed women to keep their private property and revoke their vows whenever they wished.
behind the scenes not in view or on display; in private; in secret.
billet1 nonmilitary lodging assigned to troops, esp. in a private home. [1/6 definitions]
boudoir a woman's private sitting room or bedroom.
byway a little-known or private road. [1/2 definitions]
cabinet of suitable size or quality to be displayed in a cabinet or private room. [1/6 definitions]
carpetbagger a Northerner who went to the South to seek private gain in the aftermath of the American Civil War, usu. depicted as carrying his belongings in a carpetbag. [1/2 definitions]
caucus a private meeting of leaders of a political party to choose candidates or determine policy, or such a group itself. [1/2 definitions]
CB abbreviation of "citizens band," a series of short wave frequencies set aside by the federal government for private use.
chapel a place of worship, usu. a small building or a room in a larger building, for a small number of worshipers or for private use. [1/3 definitions]
citizens band a series of short wave frequencies set aside by the federal government for private use; CB.
civil law an ancient Roman body of laws that applied to the private citizens of Rome. [1/3 definitions]
client one who is subject to the assistance of a government or private welfare agency, esp. by virtue of being poor. [1/3 definitions]
closet to take aside into a private area, as for confidential discussion. [1/3 definitions]
community chest a fund made up of private contributions collected for distribution to local charitable, welfare, and service organizations.
computer lab a room providing access to numerous computers, typically found in a school, library, government institution, or private company. Use of a computer lab is free in public institutions and also in private institutions when one has authorization.
conclave a secret, private, or confidential meeting or gathering. [2/3 definitions]