from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Space in which to stand, as in a public place where all seats are filled.

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  • n. room for passengers or spectators to stand


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  • Huge lorries with standing room only in their open backs trundled past, flouring the meat with dust.


  • Karla Kelly’s courtroom filled up as fast as a Michael Jackson concert, standing room only.

    Street Judge


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