Far; at a distance; wide in space or extent. (adverb)
With possessive pronoun: one's bedroom. (noun)
Examples of word room
In some hospitals it is customary to transport the woman from the labour room to a specific delivery room at the onset of the second stage.
Upstairs were the bedrooms; mother-and-fathers room the largest; a smaller room for one or two sons, another for one or two daughters; each of these rooms containing a double bed, a washstand, a bureau, a wardrobe, a little table, a rocking-chair, and often a chair or two that had been slightly damaged downstairs, but not enough to justify either the expense of repair or decisive abandonment in the attic.
Still surveying the room, she moves here and there, and, her eyes lighting on the box of flowers, she goes to the door of_ VIDA'S _room and speaks to her.
***duz teh kwazee kitteh mad dash frum room to room****
* doctors come running withh a bed and take nick to a room and joe selena and demi go to the waiting room*
See ge-risne. ge-rȳman, w. v.: 1) _to make room for, prepare, provide room_: pret. pl.
See ge-risne. ge-rýman, w. v.: 1) _to make room for, prepare, provide room_: pret. pl.
Fifteen booths were arranged around the sides of the hall, with a five-foot aisle between the booths and the partition separating the main room from the veranda.