smoking room

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smoking room

n.
A room, as in a hotel or private club, set aside for smokers.
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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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References in classic literature ?
"The contingency being?" the captain asked, tearing open the envelope and moving a little nearer the electric light which shone out from the smoking room.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], April 21 (ANI): Excise department has ordered mandatory removal of smoking rooms from bars, pubs, and restaurants, in connection with their license agreements.
Hisham Aljundi Doha The central Municipal Council (CMC) has recommended banning private 'shisha' smoking rooms at cafes and private chambers in shisha caf`s as they may encourage smoking among the youth.
SECONDARY teachers' union Oelmek is asking the education ministry to recall its announcement on the total ban of smoking in schools and called for the creation of smoking rooms for teachers.
Smoking rooms or closed areas inside office buildings and many public places are seen not only in Qatar but also in the other GCC countries.
But where smoking is permitted, the level was a whopping 189, and the average level in areas next to smoking rooms was 44.
Smoking-permitted areas were subcategorized as smoking rooms, bars, or restaurants and also subcategorized as fully enclosed or partially enclosed.
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.
A full ban on smoking is in place, including a ban on separate smoking rooms, at all state facilities, including health, educational, social, cultural and sports and child protection institutions, as well as in public transport.
Cunard incorporated smoking rooms into design of the Bothnia and Scythia (1874) and in the later Gallia (1879).
Before the smoking ban we had smoking rooms in work places, but when the new law was being debated, thanks to the sheer arrogance of the anti-smoking groups and the previous government, it became law that all smokers should go outside, including very sick hospital patients who are on drips.