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noun ward·room \ˈwȯr-ˌdrüm, -ˌdru̇m\

Simple Definition of wardroom

  • : a room in a military ship where officers sleep and eat

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of wardroom

  1. :  the space in a warship allotted for living quarters to the commissioned officers excepting the captain; specifically :  the mess assigned to these officers


First Known Use of wardroom


Rhymes with wardroom

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articulated in the throat

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