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roomy

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adjective \ˈrü-mē, ˈru̇-\

Simple Definition of roomy

  • : having plenty of space or room

Full Definition of roomy

room·i·erroom·i·est

  1. 1 :  having ample room :  spacious

  2. 2 of a female mammal :  having a large or well-proportioned body suited for breeding

room·i·ness noun

Examples of roomy

  1. <a small car that's surprisingly roomy inside>



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First Known Use of roomy

1581

Rhymes with roomy



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