front room

  1. a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax
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How To Use front room In A Sentence

  • As soon as the door closed behind her I hurried to the dirty window in the front room and I watched as she walked down the street looking remarkably out of place in the drab surroundings in her bright green dress.
  • The front room was tipped upside down. The Sun
  • I peered into the goggled face and realised it was Guy, our photographer, who had been with me in Marina's front room for the last hour.
  • When I walked into the front room Cynthia was standing in the venter with her back to me. ICED
  • Has the world's most pugnacious advocate for the world's poor, a man who almost single-handedly brought the appalling images of famine-struck Africa into the front rooms of millions of Britons, finally gone too far?
  • Her predecessor had apparently turned her office into a cosy front room, complete with a fireplace.
  • Yesterday I did a major tidy of the back room, and I mentioned that I intended doing the same for the front room.
  • They all met up for a huge knees-up at her Fulford home, where Carol's band played in the front room.
  • Just then 15 people came galloping from the front room and out the door. The Knight And The Seismo-Dragon
  • In the second-story front room at Mrs. McKee's, the barytone slept heavily, and made divers unvocal sounds. K
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