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mud′ room`

or mud′room`,


n.
a vestibule or other area in a house, in which wet and muddy clothes or footwear are removed.
[1945–50]
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Inside there's a bespoke kitchen, three reception rooms, an open-plan kitchen/diner, two bedrooms, a mud room, workshop, study, car port and gardens.
The spa offers a wide variety of treatments including a Rhassoul mud room and an ELEMIS deeptissue full-body massage, which I gave a go.
Inside there's a bespoke kitchen, three reception rooms, an open-plan kitchen/ diner, two bedrooms, a mud room, workshop, study, car port and gardens.
Inside, the tour wanders through 20 very traditional rooms, with multiple living areas, a large laundry and a mud room.
Other highlights include a full sized laundry room, mud room, central AC, and decorative fireplace.
A convenient mud room leading to the garage includes a backpack rack.
Sheet Of Mud Room Shed, Dg Shed, Control Panel Room, Pump Room And Construction Of A New Temporary Nq Rod Shed At Cmpdi Exploration Camp, Kosala
Highlights include a 17m swimming pool, children's splash pool, outdoor hot tub, sauna and specialist Rasul Mud Room.
Breaking and entering residential, mud room door alarm activated, break-in to house, no reported theft, 93 Francis Ave.
Priced from $1 million, the three-bedroom home has 3,873 square feet of living space with a den, mud room, club room, large outdoor entertaining area and spacious three-car garage.
Instead of scattering our ashes to the four winds or storing them in the mud room next to the dog's ashes, it's a modern version of the old family cemetery--a place where our ancestors have been noted in the book of life, and where we can sit a while to reflect on the meaning of life and death.
Maj Amir Zahid reported about presence of some suspicious person in a mud room.