barroom

noun bar·room \ ˈbär-ˌrüm , -ˌru̇m \
Updated on: 10 Nov 2017

Definition of barroom

: a room or establishment whose main feature is a bar for the sale of liquor : 1bar 5b
  • a barroom brawl

Examples of barroom in a Sentence

  1. her mother didn't like her even to walk past the barroom because she was worried that there might be drunk people inside

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First Known Use of barroom

1742

barroom Synonyms



BARROOM Defined for English Language Learners

barroom

noun

Definition of barroom for English Language Learners

  • : a place where alcoholic drinks are served



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