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noun as in den

noun as in family room

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noun as in nursery

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noun as in recreation room

noun as in rumpus room

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Pluto leaped and bounded around the small group playroom, greeting new dogs one by one with appropriate levels of sniffing.

The advantage in this playroom warfare ought to go to the older—and typically physically bigger—sibling, but that’s not always the case.

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When our daughter’s not using it as a playroom, my wife and I use the area to tend to our bodies.

In another, a man and three young children celebrate one Sunday afternoon over a completed puzzle in a carpeted playroom.

Or, you could have a home filled with kids and your old office is now a playroom so you’re looking to set up shop wherever you can find a little room.

In the suit, the preschool classroom was described disdainfully as "just one big playroom."

When we were in the carriage riding in the park one would have thought we did not live in the same playroom.

All teachers have many works, and very soon they turn their playroom into lovely feast-place.

And with a comprehensive wave and smile that took in every eager face glued to the playroom window, Pippin went his way.

"Hang them by the chimney in your playroom," said Mary's mother.

So the children ran up to the playroom with their stockings.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to playroom, such as: library, studio, entertaining family room, media room, recreation room, and rec room.

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