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mud·room

 (mŭd′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
A small room or entryway in a house where wet or muddy footwear and clothing can be removed.

mudroom

(ˈmʌdˌrʊm)
n
US a room or entryway where muddy shoes and clothing may be left before entering a house
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They're growing in size because a third of respondents want a mudroom or drop zone for bags and packages.
The Sheriff's Office posted onFacebook: "When deputies arrived, they discovered this black bear had opened the door to the mudroom of this residence and somehow managed to deadbolt the door from inside.
Her work has been published in Sojourners, Christ and Pop Culture, Faithfully Magazine, Mutuality Magazine, The Mudroom, and The Salt Collective.
Undaunted, Kirk and Eva designated this space to function as both a mudroom and the kids' playroom.
Office, powder room and mudroom on the first floor.
Lapland thumps his tail in the mudroom. You're getting him to
Swapping out a regular door for a Dutch door with windows, as seen in this mudroom by designer and builder Marnie Oursler, can be a stylish and practical choice in homes with pets and smaller children.
Formed in 2017, Mudroom Films LLC of Little Rock expects to complete its "The 'Vous: Memphis," a documentary about the history and culture of Memphis through its famous barbecue joint The Rendezvous.
The expedition deck of the vessel will have zodiac boarding, staff office, zodiac / kayak storage, and a mudroom. The main deck will have a restaurant, galley, and reception, while the doctors office will be on the fore deck.
Markman wrote that there was "nothing at all unusual about the step itself from the hallway into the mudroom."
For example, the combination laundry and mudroom has the usual door to the garage and one to the living area, but there's also a door that creates a shortcut directly into the master suite's huge walk-in closet.
The store includes a living room, kitchen, apothecary, mudroom, greenhouse and porch.