Thesaurus / living-room
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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At this point Mrs. Transley arose, and the men moved out into the living-room to chat on less contentious subjects.
DENNISON GRANTROBERT STEAD
From the hall we can go into the living-room, the dining-room or parlor, without passing through another room.
CONVENIENT HOUSESLOUIS HENRY GIBSON
Donald's face wore a troubled expression as he reentered the living-room.
KINDRED OF THE DUSTPETER B. KYNE
Or if it is stormy, they sit in front of a fire, almost as big, in the living-room.
ETIQUETTEEMILY POST
Once a week this room, which was now a nursery combined with bedroom and living-room, was overhauled by the stalwart Bowen.
VANISHED ARIZONAMARTHA SUMMERHAYES
A roomy loft extended over the mess-room, to be resumed again over the sleeping quarters, the living-room being situated between.
THE GREY CLOAKHAROLD MACGRATH
We need a cupboard in the living-room only, but I have learned to sand a floor in a rare pattern.
GILES COREY, YEOMANMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
A drawing-room has no place in the house where there is no other living-room.
Since those days I have liked well the old English houses where the front door opens directly into the living-room.
ALL THE DAYS OF MY LIFE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
Suddenly the policeman who had been standing by the side of Braine ran into the living-room.