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
her mother didn't like her even to walk past the barroom because she was worried that there might be drunk people inside
Recent Examples of barroom from the Web
The fight over control of Billy Bob’s Texas goes to court Tuesday in a barroom brawl that could lead to the sale of the world’s largest honky-tonk on the auction block.
The barroom, paved with black-and-white tile, has a generous central counter and gleaming chandeliers.
At its most amusing, this conflict erupts into a pop-surreal barroom confrontation in which anger is manifested in a cork-gun showdown and insults fly about in comic-book word balloons.
But the primitive grievance infusing Trump’s expressions toward Europe is unworthy of a barroom political argument, let alone interactions with long-standing if imperfect partners.
Farrell was once fined $250 for smashing a barroom mirror.
Such gangs, authorities say, have been behind recent barroom brawls in Key West and Daytona Beach.
For one thing, the filmmakers draw upon the entire legend and lore of pirate life — of high-seas ambushes, mountains of gold, cruel captains, lusty rogues, feisty damsels, drunken sailors, barroom brawls, ancient curses and furious sword fights.
Boggs screams in the bridge before Guckenheimer takes over behind subtle barroom piano notes from keyboardist Jamie Ringholm.
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Definition of barroom for English Language Learners
: a place where alcoholic drinks are served
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