playroom[ pley-room, -roo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF playroom
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAYROOM
And she drove them before her into the playroom and closed the door on them.
After supper Miss Rose called to her, as the children were going to the playroom.
Would you like to take Deborah to the playroom for a while, and play with her there?
I say, Mothery, can't we—us children, I mean—have lunch in the playroom?
It was impossible not to fancy the baby was a doll, and the church some European playroom.
When our generation were yet in the cradle and playroom it was still a living fact.
Then he started out of the playroom in search of Lee and Gay.
It may read thin here; it would smack racily in the playroom.
"All right," said Janet, as she hurried downstairs from the playroom to the kitchen.
The playroom was really a part of the attic, partitioned off and lighted.