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- n. A room in a library set aside for reading.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. a room appropriated to reading; a room provided with papers, periodicals, and the like, to which persons resort.
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- n. a room set aside for reading
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He might have been comfortable in his town house in London or in the reading room at White's or in Jude's boudoir.
"And some people talk about the white silence of the Arctic, My God, a boilermaker's shop is like a library reading room compared to that."
A black and white illustration of Evangeline St. Clare ( "Eva") sitting on the floor of a reading room off a verandah, next to Topsy, a young slave girl, and talking to Topsy with her hand on Topsy's shoulder.
No, the Vicissitude has a quiet reading room with three seldom-used desks.