wardroom

[ UK /wˈɔːdɹuːm/ ]
NOUN
  1. military quarters for dining and recreation for officers of a warship (except the captain)
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How To Use wardroom In A Sentence

  • At least until recently, the penalty for any officer on the P&O line caught wearing a made-up bow-tie was to buy champagne for the entire wardroom.
  • When she arrived in sunny Gibraltar, Caroline was greeted by HMS York's Commanding Officer, Commander Paul Porter, before she sat down to a traditional lunch in the wardroom.
  • While Robinson provides some historical framework to the ship's operations, the strength of the book is the insight it provides into the daily life of a destroyer wardroom during this extraordinary time.
  • During the most recent deployment, a wardroom mess dinner was held on the flight deck, involving guests from all three services.
  • They stuck to the best traditions and gathered together into naval societies, organizations and wardrooms.
  • His views and attitudes were formed in naval wardrooms and are more usually representative of public opinion than the constipated gripings of his critics on the left.
  • Some years later Navy regulations were changed to permit wardroom and steerage officers to voluntarily form their own wine mess.
  • Then on Saturday, the curacoa came in — same commission, with all our old friends; and on Sunday, as already mentioned, Austin and I went down to service and had lunch afterwards in the wardroom. Vailima Letters
  • The Pelican had five officers on board, and the wardroom was sufficient to serve as a conference area as well as a dining space.
  • It was shortly after dinner time, so the wardroom had a dozen officers still lounging after their meals.
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