lunchroom[ luhnch-room, -roo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF lunchroom
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Then I went into a lunchroom for ham and eggs and a huge cup of coffee.
The girls have taken great interest in their lunchroom cookery.
As I entered the lunchroom to-day the chairs were so placed that there was no room for me.
The club was started as a lunchroom for American business women.
When the looms give up, send men and women to the lunchroom.
The employees' lunchroom—conducted on the cafeteria plan—serves four thousand men and women each working day.
Another place where you have a chance to see your friends is the employees' lunchroom—and it certainly is a popular place.
Some few of us had gone home after store hours for our dinner; the others had had it right in the store's own lunchroom.
When you left the lunchroom, did you leave with the other girls?
Was there anyone in the lunchroom when you were eating lunch?