from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A classroom.
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- n. A classroom, a room in a school used for instruction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A room in which pupils are taught.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A room for teaching: as, the duties of the school-room.
- n. School accommodation: as, the city needs more school-room.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a room in a school where lessons take place
One main schoolroom is now the living room, and the stage it contains is our dining area.
The schoolroom is not the place to teach any young child language, least of all the deaf child.
How do you sex up the banal fact that every tenth child in the world who never sees the inside of a schoolroom is a Pakistani child?
It has been the perfect schoolroom, that is, for fine and subtle artists.
The schoolroom was a pretty large hall, on the quietest side of the house, confronted by the stately stare of some half – dozen of the great urns, and commanding a peep of an old secluded garden belonging to the Doctor, where the peaches were ripening on the sunny south wall.
There was a long schoolroom, where such men as Meekin taught how Christ loved little children; and behind the schoolroom were the cells and the constables and the little yard where they gave their "twenty lashes".
The schoolroom was a cramped corner of the hall, close to a narrow window for light.
The schoolroom was a desert, arid and unsatisfying; whereas the garden, the enclosed space which held stained cups of beauty and purple gold-eyed bells, that was
Adjacent to the schoolroom was a large garden in the middle of which was a jessamine arbor.
The schoolroom was the verandah of a house by the wayside; the seats were pieces of firewood; the equipment an alphabet card hung on one of the posts.