[ US /ˈɹumˌfʊɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈuːmfə‍l/ ]
  1. the quantity a room will hold
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How To Use roomful In A Sentence

  • The auctioneers must surely have dreaded the prospect of mounting the podium to see a roomful of empty seats.
  • He stood up before a whole roomful of people, and asked her to marry him.
  • In Islamabad last week, a roomful of academics asked the prime minister how Britain could help solve the Kashmir conflict. Notable & Quotable
  • Chinchilla is superbad - because they're so sweet and small, so even a sample-size coat requires a roomful of mini-pelts. Times, Sunday Times
  • And it's packed with detail, too - crowds of moshing clubbers, roomfuls of half-cut horny partygoers, and more - none of which detracts from the important elements in each panel.
  • And the third is so exhausted that it takes a whole roomful of relatives to cheer her on. Times, Sunday Times
  • A whole roomful of them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Richard Savage sat at the back of the house at the dirtiest and shakiest table in a roomful of dirty and shaky tables. MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
  • With its swirled flashy design and swishy beaded fringe, the lampshades are like a flirtatious smile in a roomful of strangers, bold and impossible to ignore.
  • he looked out at a roomful of faces
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