Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of poolroom.

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Examples

  • Pinball games once populated poolrooms and penny arcades.

    In Short Supply: Pinball Wizards Who Can Fix Old Machines

  • The dog trots freely in the street past puddles and babies cats and cigars poolrooms and policemen

    March 2007

  • Ralph then leaves the house and spends the night in the bars and poolrooms on skid row in Eureka.

    Raymond Carver

  • The dog trots freely in the street past puddles and babies cats and cigars poolrooms and policemen

    A Real Live Barking Democratic Dog

  • They begin with America's long history of wagering on political outcomes, which boomed in the 1880s when betting moved from poolrooms to the Curb Exchange, the predecessor to the American Stock Exchange.

    Keith Thomson: The Most Accurate Election Forecast? Hardcore Gamblers

  • And I say send her to the veteran halls and the union halls and the poolrooms and anything else you can in Pennsylvania and Ohio and Michigan.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2008

  • And on Tuesday, at sunset, poolrooms and theaters and all gathering places were closed in black neighborhoods.

    Savage Peace

  • And on Tuesday, at sunset, poolrooms and theaters and all gathering places were closed in black neighborhoods.

    Savage Peace

  • And on Tuesday, at sunset, poolrooms and theaters and all gathering places were closed in black neighborhoods.

    Savage Peace

  • The dog trots freely in the street past puddles and babies cats and cigars poolrooms and policemen

    Dog Tired...

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