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room·y

 (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.

roomy

(ˈruːmɪ; ˈrʊmɪ)
adj, roomier or roomiest
having ample room; spacious
ˈroomily adv
ˈroominess n

room•y1

(ˈru mi, ˈrʊm i)

adj. room•i•er, room•i•est.
affording ample room; spacious.
[1615–25]
room′i•ly, adv.
room′i•ness, n.

room•y2

(ˈru mi, ˈrʊm i)

n., pl. room•ies.
Informal. roomie.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roomy - an associate who shares a room with youroomy - an associate who shares a room with you
friend - a person you know well and regard with affection and trust; "he was my best friend at the university"
Adj.1.roomy - (of buildings and rooms) having ample space; "a roomy but sparsely furnished apartment"; "a spacious ballroom"
commodious, convenient - large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense); "a commodious harbor"; "a commodious building suitable for conventions"

roomy

adjective spacious, large, wide, broad, extensive, generous, ample, capacious, commodious, sizable or sizeable The car is roomy.
small, tiny, bounded, narrow, confined, cramped

roomy

adjective
Having plenty of room:
Translations
واسِع، رَحْب، فَسيح
prostorný
rummelig
tilava
prostran
rúmgóîur

roomy

[ˈrʊmɪ] ADJ (roomier (compar) (roomiest (superl))) (flat, cupboard etc) → amplio, espacioso; (garment) → holgado

roomy

[ˈrʊmi ˈruːmi] adj
[kitchen, house, apartment] → spacieux/euse
[garment, pockets] → ample

roomy

adj (+er)geräumig; garmentweit

roomy

[ˈrʊmɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (flat, cupboard) → spazioso/a; (garment) → ampio/a

room

(ruːm (in compounds rum) , ((American) ru:m)) noun
1. one part of a house or building, usually used for a particular purpose. This house has six rooms; a bedroom; a dining-room.
2. the space or area in which a person, thing etc is or could be put etc. The bed takes up a lot of room; There's no room for you in our car; We'll move the bookcase to make room for the television.
3. a need or possibility (for something). There is room for improvement in his work.
-roomed
a four-roomed house.
ˈroomful noun
He didn't feel like facing a roomful of people.
rooms noun plural
a set of rented rooms for living in.
ˈroomy adjective
having plenty of room. roomy cupboards.
ˈroom-mate noun
a person who shares a room with another person eg in a hostel for students etc.
References in classic literature ?
There was accommodation for many horses and carriages; but I need only describe the stable into which I was taken; this was very roomy, with four good stalls; a large swinging window opened into the yard, which made it pleasant and airy.
It was only now and then that the sword descended and a head fell; but if you fell you were sure of impressive obsequies and of a roomy, generous grave.
Vronsky was staying in a roomy, clean, Finnish hut, divided into two by a partition.
The try-works are planted between the foremast and main-mast, the most roomy part of the deck.
Sheep-folds, stables, byres, dairies, and barns were rebuilt after the pattern of the roomy, well-ventilated, and consequently healthy steadings that M.
The professor, too, pointed out that their rivals were in a large and roomy cave, not likely to suffer from lack of air nor food or water, since they must have supplies with them.
Our neighbours lived in sod houses and dugouts--comfortable, but not very roomy.
Indoors she would go about without cap, her grey hair strangely dishevelled; then, when at home, she seldom wore a gown--only a shabby cotton camisole; shoes, too, were strangers to her feet, and in lieu of them she sported roomy slippers, trodden down at the heels.
The purposes for which a few shapeless pantries and a comfortless scullery were deemed sufficient at Fullerton, were here carried on in appropriate divisions, commodious and roomy.
The villa was a roomy white house, which, as is the case with most continental houses, looked to an English eye frail, ramshackle, and absurdly frivolous, more like a pagoda in a tea-garden than a place where one slept.
The forecastle was a roomy place enough, set all about with berths, in which the men of the watch below were seated smoking, or lying down asleep.
On the farm thus acquired John Ferrier built himself a substantial log-house, which received so many additions in succeeding years that it grew into a roomy villa.