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 (ro͞o′mē, ro͝om′ē)
adj. room·i·er, room·i·est
Having plenty of room; spacious: a roomy car that seats six comfortably. See Synonyms at spacious.

room′i·ly adv.
room′i·ness n.
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Adv.1.roomily - with ample room; "the furniture was spaciously spread out"
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Surprisingly, the Evora is not as difficult to get into as some low-slung sports cars I have driven and the space for the driver is roomily snug.
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Decked out in a roomily ill-fitting pinstriped suit (Blimey Duncan, surely you've got the bread to go bespoke?