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- n. The quality of being roomy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being roomy; spaciousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being roomy; spaciousness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. intellectual breadth
- n. spatial largeness and extensiveness (especially inside a building)
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I showed little emotion at these amenities, but enough to give intense relief to Davies, who delightedly showed me his devices for storage, praising the 'roominess' of his floating den.
I pulled into the Maryland Farms Sbux for an after lunch cup of coffee and after I placed my order, selected my darkness and "roominess," and drove up to the window, the sheepish barista told me "we are out of coffee."
The roominess of the new ground spurred me on to grow gourds for the first time in any quantity.
Mini Cooper "Many will love the ease of four doors, the roominess of the rear cabin and the tractive security of AWD," says Mr. Neil.
While the Note could be mistaken for a small tablet, Samsung insists it's a phone that merely offers some of the roominess of a tablet.
But Fit's folding back seat and interior space give it the nod for handy roominess.
They shared a giant Los Angeles hotel suite that, despite its roominess, couldn't contain the sexual tension.
The underpinnings come from Fiat's Alfa Romeo Giulietta but the Dart is all-American beginning with the body itself, which was widened by 1½ inches to allow for the roominess U.S. consumers have come to expect.
Hyundai But when you put it all together -- the standard four-wheel disc brakes; the battery of smart-braking functions; the midsize roominess of the cabin; the net-extra features for this class such as outside-mirror turn indicators -- the Elantra is, on paper, pretty much unbeatable for the money.
When you start putting it all together—the standard four-wheel disc brakes; the battery of smart-braking functions; the midsize roominess of the cabin; the net-extra features for this class such as outside-mirror turn indicators—the Elantra is, on paper, pretty much unbeatable for the money.
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