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day room

n.
A recreation room, especially in an institutional building such as a military barracks or a nursing home.

day room

n
1. a communal living room in a residential institution such as a hospital

day′ room`

or day′room`,


n.
a room at an institution, as a hospital or military base, with facilities for leisure activities.
[1815–25]
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From now until March 14th, guests may also enjoy a special Valentine's Day room package, complete with complimentary wine and chocolates.
Aleksandar Simic, 12, from Caerphilly, is raising money to help refurbish the day room at a hospital cancer ward.
Plans submitted to Flintshire County Council show that each of the five pitches would accommodate a 12ft by 48ft two-bed static caravan, and the site would also include a day room with a kitchen, bathroom and laundry room.
Take a drive up to Tagaytay and avail of Discovery Country Suites' Father's Day room package from 13 to 20 June, starting at Php 8,000 nett in a Deluxe Suite.
One resident, who had received two different types of sedative, was washed, dressed and sitting in the day room at 6.
Among those to have shared a day room with the Surrey-born Cambridge graduate is a pianist who microwaved his parents.
In the summer my favourite place would be the day room because you can see the beautiful garden.
The kitchen leads on in turn to a day room and a study.
The celebrations were held in a family day room inside the prison and radiated joy and happiness, the reports added.
Downstairs the house has an entrance hall, lounge, conservatory, sitting room, day room, dining room, kitchen, utility room and separate lavatory.