- n. Plural form of bunkroom.
“I stared into the darkness of the bunkrooms thinking what to do.”
“The action takes place at the Academy in classrooms and bunkrooms, aboard their training ship the rocket cruiser Polaris, and on alien worlds, both within our solar system and in orbit around nearby stars.”
“You will need class rooms and medical centers and bunkrooms.”
“And is it worth having separate showers, separate bunkrooms, and separate bathrooms in firehouses for the 1 or 2% of women who can do the job as well as a physically-fit man?”
“She had always been crammed into tight bunkrooms filled with crewmembers.”
“We dispersed from our hearth into the chill of the bunkrooms.”
“As soon as his footfalls were no longer audible, we all crowded to the doors of our bunkrooms, to talk quietly across the short hallway that separated us.”
“Mr. Geller was able to squeeze three bunkrooms and a bathroom on the upper level of each pod and to provide an additional 75 square feet of storage space within the angular recesses of the house.”
“The Three Chimneys cannot properly be called more than a hostelry, not with only two bunkrooms and a single common room for eating.”
“Suddenly concerned, Qwilleran checked the bunkrooms, searched under bunks, opened closets and kitchen cabinets, opened the shower door — all with mounting anxiety.”
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