[ US /ˈskuɫˌɹum/ ]
[ UK /skˈuːlɹuːm/ ]
  1. a room in a school where lessons take place
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How To Use schoolroom In A Sentence

  • Here were the early days, full of schoolroom passions and rivalries, and long accounts of hunting at Chance. THE WHITE DOVE
  • barracoon;" in the palmy days of the trade slave-pens occupied the ground now covered by the chapel, the schoolroom, and the dwelling-house, and extended over the site of the factory to the river-bank. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 1
  • Her overwhelmingly spectatorial role in the novel makes Maisie a protomodernist figure, whose education takes place not in the schoolroom but in a range of urban sites of entertainment and leisure.
  • Children's voices, objects being hurled about schoolroom, books banged shut, games of chase, etc.
  • National identities were formed in the crucible of the schoolroom; national prejudices were fostered there too.
  • ‘We need to run government like a business,’ screech the corporate lobbyists, politicians, and media, insisting that America should corporatize everything from our schoolrooms to social security.
  • There are those on bicycles and charabancs, in schoolrooms, around maypoles, and beside aspidistras.
  • The schoolroom seemed oddly quiet as I sat there doing math problems.
  • Well, in a few jiffies all of us boys were carrying in wood and stacking it in the back of the schoolroom where we would have plenty to keep the schoolhouse nice and warm tomorrow. Shenanigans at Sugar Creek
  • Even if birthrates decline it will be necessary to generate millions more jobs, more schoolrooms, more acres of agriculture.
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