barroom

[ bahr-room, -roo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF barroom
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BARROOM

Or else, in some barroom, a footfall from behind and a bullet through the back.

Here I lived for weeks by myself, taking my meals in a barroom below.

It was so still in the barroom that one could have heard a match burn.

And it was only a barroom brawl, though Philip was not in it until the end, to be sure!

A need naturally developed for at least one feature of a hotel––a barroom.

He did it,” he exclaimed, “and you know what he got when he stepped into the barroom.

We were sitting round in the barroom of the Cosmopolitan, trying to keep warm.

Thus five or six Americans may meet in a club or barroom for the sale of liquors.

Then permit me to inquire if you have ever seen 'Ten Nights in a Barroom'?

If he has gone into that barroom, I'll have him out, no matter who is there!

WORD ORIGIN

1797, from bar (n.2) + room (n.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BARROOM

bar

nounestablishment serving alcohol
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