smoking room

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smoking room

n.
A room, as in a hotel or private club, set aside for smokers.

smoking room

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smoke room

n
(Brewing) a room, esp in a hotel or club, for those who wish to smoke
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Noun1.smoking room - room in a hotel or club set apart for smokerssmoking room - room in a hotel or club set apart for smokers
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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the captain asked, tearing open the envelope and moving a little nearer the electric light which shone out from the smoking room.
Some reading was done, and much smoking and sewing, though not by the same parties; there were the monsters of the deep to be looked after and wondered at; strange ships had to be scrutinized through opera-glasses, and sage decisions arrived at concerning them; and more than that, everybody took a personal interest in seeing that the flag was run up and politely dipped three times in response to the salutes of those strangers; in the smoking room there were always parties of gentlemen playing euchre, draughts and dominoes, especially dominoes, that delightfully harmless game; and down on the main deck, "for'rard"-- for'rard of the chicken-coops and the cattle--we had what was called "horse billiards.
They crowded round him in the club smoking room, for these were his last few minutes.
It is becoming increasingly harder to find hotels that offer smoking rooms, and the majority of other online travel reservation sites make it difficult for users to even identify if a hotel offers smoking rooms.
But where smoking is permitted, the level was a whopping 189, and the average level in areas next to smoking rooms was 44.
So unfortunately Derek's suggestion of reintroducing indoor smoking rooms would not only be like going back in time, but it would mean yet more lives shortened by cigarette smoking.
Cunard incorporated smoking rooms into design of the Bothnia and Scythia (1874) and in the later Gallia (1879).
Washington, Feb 17 (ANI): A new study by the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center (OTRC) has found that concentrations of secondhand tobacco smoke inhaled in smoking rooms of restaurants and bars are remarkably high and harmful to health.
Andreas Demetriou said under no circumstances would teachers be exempt from the law and allowed to set up special smoking rooms in schools.
Smoking rooms may also save budding romances which, I am told, are being disrupted by the tendency of men to disappear on the pretext of going out to smoke.
Most German states currently allow larger establishments to have smoking rooms but the court ruled this discriminates against the single-room pubs which can't offer smoking areas.
They are allowed to let residents light up in their own rooms and communal smoking rooms.