laboratory

[ lab-ruh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, lab-er-uh-; British luh-bor-uh-tuh-ree, -uh-tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF laboratory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LABORATORY

It happened yesterday in the laboratory; we were alone together.

Oh, but you should see it, so clean and bright; the laboratory's simply beautiful!

Not in the laboratory, of course; that is hardly fitting now.

Afterwards he obtained a post in the laboratory of a manufactory of dyes.

For a long time it was his studio and kitchen, his laboratory and bedroom.

He has no laboratory at home, and all his experiments were made in the drawing-room.

And, by the way, I am giving a lesson on explosives at my laboratory to-morrow.

In April, 2151, I set up my laboratory on the edge of the area of death.

With that command the laboratory assistant was left in charge.

My laboratory I found to be almost as secluded as my living quarters.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LABORATORY

workshops

nounplace where light industrial or manual work is done
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