from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A room designed or set aside for recreation or playing.
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- n. A room, allocated as a children's play area, in which noisy or boisterous activities are tolerated
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a recreation room for noisy activities (parties or children's play etc)
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The new playroom is finished -- T and I installed the carpet this evening, and ST was thrilled.
Henson's film, less than an hour in length, focuses on young Jamie and Jesse and their communal playroom, which is filled to the brim with amazing toys.
In what is grandly called my study, previously known as the playroom and before that the back bedroom, I am carefully selecting small portions of my life and dispatching them to the recycling bin.
Heidi and Tim enter the playroom, that is, workroom to check up on the teams' progress, and are so taken aback by the chaos and unpreparedness that Heidi actually gives them an extra seven hours to work beyond what was originally planned.
The playroom was a little dark, but Lucy could still read just fine.
A bunch of baskets that started out as toy storage and organization have morphed into holders for random collections of things from her playroom, which is now a disaster, but she's really enjoying them. * shrug*
My grandfather's place near Milton, an old Victorian farmhouse, where the cat drank out of a milk-glass bowl; and where we sat around a rough pine table as big as my whole apartment; and where my playroom was the draughty barn with hay-filled lofts bulging with farm junk and Tarzan-ropes.
Thou didst not turn in contempt from my childish play among dust, and the steps that I heard in my playroom are the same that are echoing from star to star.
And, you know, what I - the analogy I like to use is that what goes on in the playroom is a little bit like kittens wrestling.
You can always find an orgy going on in the "playroom", and regardless of who is participating, Trina and Tom are usually willing to join in the fun.
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