dining room

NOUN
  1. a room used for dining
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How To Use dining room In A Sentence

  • a little dining room.
  • Most of us tend to entertain our friends in the family room; a formal dining room becomes a mail sorting place, and a formal living room is a museum for curios and uncomfortable furniture.
  • To the rear is a large dining room-added on early this century.
  • The artist uncrated it on a broad gallery that opened off the dining room, apparently for the admiration of friends and family.
  • In the tome, full of glamorous soft-focus pictures of the footballer, he waxes lyrical about the art of seduction, with fish his favourite weapon for luring girlfriends from the dining room to the boudoir.
  • The living room ran into the dining room which was overlooked by the open kitchen: all white. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • There are two large rooms that can be used for social gatherings equipped with a TV and a beamer and screen, plus a dining room and a well-furnished kitchen next to the swimming pool. weekly
  • The kitchen juts out from the dining room and has a breakfast area with a pentagonal roof light.
  • He was vexed and flounced out of the dining room.
  • We got a new table for the dining room.
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