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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
room (noun)
1.
an extent of space occupied by or sufficient or available for something - room to run and play
2.
a) obsolete an appropriate or designated position, post, or station
b) - place stead in whose room I am now assuming the pen Sir Walter Scott
3.
a) a partitioned part of the inside of a building , especially such a part used as a lodging
b) the people in a room
4.
a suitable or fit occasion or opportunity - chance no room for doubt
room (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to occupy or share a room especially as a lodger to accommodate with lodgings
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
room (noun)
1.
an extent or area available for or used up by some activity or thing
SYNONIMS:
elbow room, place, space, way
RELATED WORDS:
capacity, compass, range, scope; berth, clearance, freedom, latitude, leeway, play
room (noun)
2.
an area within a building that has been set apart from surrounding space by a wall
SYNONIMS:
apartment, cell, chamber, closet
RELATED WORDS:
accommodation, bay, berth, booth, cabin, compartment, cubicle; alcove, niche, nook, recess; snuggery []
room (noun)
3.
a favorable combination of circumstances, time, and place
SYNONIMS:
break, chance, occasion, opening, room, shot
RELATED WORDS:
play, way; juncture, pass
room (verb)
to provide with living quarters or shelter
SYNONIMS:
accommodate, bestow, billet, bivouac, board, bunk, camp, chamber, domicile, encamp, harbor, lodge, put up, quarter, roof, room, shelter, take in
RELATED WORDS:
ensconce, home, roost, secure, shed, stable, tent; barrack; bed (down)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
eject, evict
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