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 (kōt′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
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(ˈkəʊtˌrʊm; ˈkəʊtˌruːm)
a cloakroom
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(ˈkloʊkˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

1. a room in which outer garments, umbrellas, etc., may be left temporarily, as in a restaurant.
2. Brit. a baggage room, as at a railway station.
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Noun1.coatroom - a room where coats and other articles can be left temporarily
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a coatroom converted into the movie theater.
Interwoven into the narrative is an examination of how legislative power works in America, details Caro gleaned from years of research that included examining thousands of documents and interviewing hundreds of sources, from senators to coatroom clerks.
The museum's fourth building and its gateway, the OMA-designed structure will include a ticket counter and coatroom, a boutique, a cafe, and an auditorium,
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Where black artists are concerned, such accommodating half measures on the part of "mainstream" New York institutions should come as no surprise--just think back to the Museum of Modern Art's hanging of Wifredo Larn's The fungle, 1943, next to the coatroom for decades.
He showed me the book, which contained curious details, simple recipes, methods for training souls as waitresses, bartenders, and coatroom attendants; and even a way of turning them into figure balloons for use at children's parties.
I would keep his books and his coat because Spencer High School was so new, they didn't have a coatroom. He was reciting to raise some funds for a curtain for the stage.
Anyone who has ridden a horse, used an outhouse in Wisconsin in January, or put their head between their legs in a coatroom knows what I mean.