GNU Webster's 1913
- n. [U. S.] a room for conference and prayer, and for the pastor's less formal addresses.
- n. a room in which a conference can be held
“I went searching for HBJ, and found him in the small conference room off the German Lounge.”
“Lauoc and Krotine were stationed on either side of the conference room door, ready to offer assistance should the situation warrant.”
“Durkin left the little conference room where I was waiting to testify, peeked into the courtroom, and told me Chuck McGee was on the stand.”
“At a January 30 Perm Five meeting, in C-209, the little first-floor conference room looking out on the East River permanently set aside for the Perm Five to the irritation of others, we discussed the timing issue.”
“Commander Sonya Gomez gestured to Soloman to enter the conference room first as the two converged on the door at the same time.”
“There, there," said Uhura in a comforting tone, following Kirk into the conference room with four velfoam cups of coffee balanced in her hands.”
“Once Peteque was gone, McCoy stepped up to the conference room door, bracing himself for whatever was on the other side.”
“His sister, Serena, graciously ceded me the conference room at Hamilton, Hamilton and Hamilton-Thorpe; a vast expanse of paneled wood and barrister bookcases and brass-studded leather chairs.”
“Wrangling in the windowless and often airless Fifth Committee conference room went on for days.”
“The conference room aboard the da Vinci was empty of everyone but Gold and Goveia.”
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An add-on to Trivet's list elbow room and Lampbane's list 2BDRM W/VU that tries not to duplicate Trivet's and Lampbane's existing rooms. Virtual, allegorical and proverbial rooms accepted.
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