diningroom


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n.1.a room used for dining. In a residence, it usually contains a dining table and some furniture, such as a buffet or sideboard, for storing tableware and dining utensils.
References in classic literature ?
Her bedroom was adjoining, and across a small passage were the diningroom and kitchen.
On the walls of the diningroom I saw a charming Bellotto, and there was a pair of Zoffanys that I envied.
Weston's diningroom does not accommodate more than ten comfortably; and for my part, I would rather, under such circumstances, fall short by two than exceed by two.
Added to the tower during the building's conversion is a groundfloor, single-storey extension that has a kitchen and adjacent diningroom that both open out onto a rear garden deck area.
The wood for these crosses was reclaimed from diningroom furniture that would actually have been used by those boys.
Terry said he was settling down just before 8pm when he heard someone banging on his diningroom window.
"The defendants, Ali Roozbehani and Diningroom Showcase, Inc.
There is also a kitchen, diningroom, utility room and storage.
we then went into the drawing-room near the diningroom. There were two large round tables on which were placed two trees hung with lights and sugar ornaments.
We are meeting at the table at the diningroom, having also the "cafe".
After dinner Dreij asked Mrs Molyneux if the ring had been found, and on being told it had not he went out of the diningroom, and while witness was at the door calling in her dog she heard revolver shots.
And so theNew Year's Eve atmosphere was created, but not in the diningroom, where we usually sat on the hard wooden seats around the table towatch television, nor in the children's room, where Srebra and Islept on the pullout couch, with Mom's sewing machine standing inthe middle of the room covered with an embroidered sheet on which a vasefilled with plastic flowers stood.