Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of dining room.

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Examples

  • Avoid in a studio, bungalow or a small flat, where the living-room and dining-room are the same, all evidences of _dining-room_ (china, silver and glass for use).

    The Art of Interior Decoration

  • The porters made friends with him and offered him prodigious quantities of cooked meats from the leavings of the dining-room.

    CHAPTER XXII

  • I went in by the big stove in the dining-room and warmed up, then again came on deck.

    CHAPTER XXXVIII

  • She remembered the Butchertown tough in the dining-room at Weasel Park who had come over to the table to apologize, and the Irishman at the tug-of-war who had abandoned all thought of fighting with him the moment he learned his identity.

    CHAPTER VII

  • The merry clatter of dishes was increasing as the dining-room filled up.

    CHAPTER III

  • They had dinner in the open-air, tree-walled dining-room, and

    CHAPTER III

  • The big doors were opened, making the dining-room and the main cabin into one large room.

    CHAPTER X

  • All the rooms opened into the patio, and on one side of it there was a long, rustic dining-room.

    Did you know? Cuautla, Mexico, has the world's oldest railway station building.

  • Clear off the dining-room table, grab the cloth napkins, light some candles and dish up the mac 'n' cheese -- who cares?

    Kari Henley: Family Meals: The Forgotten Ritual

  • When word spread that there was a new girl there, our dining-room crowd almost doubled.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

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