Examples of legroom in a Sentence
I need a car with more legroom.
airplane seats that offer little legroom
Recent Examples of legroom from the Web
The driver and front passenger have 43.7 inches of legroom — 1.9 inches greater than Nissan’s current Titan full-size pickup.
The back doors open wide for footroom with a long, 37.4 inches of legroom.
This thing comes with a ton of legroom for the front two seats.
Earlier this year, Brian Kelly flew Singapore Airlines’ new first-class suite on its A380 airbus, taking off with a glass of Dom Pérignon and 50 square feet of legroom.
The back seat, too, is reasonably roomy, with 34.5 inches of legroom, a low hump to the exhaust-transmission tunnel and a comfortable seatback angle with adequate thigh support for young adults.
JetBlue, with two red-eye departures daily (one each to Seattle and Portland), has the most legroom (33-34 inches between seats).
Rear passengers benefit as well, with second-row legroom increasing from 33.5 inches to 35.2.
The right rear seat passenger could move the front passenger seat fore and aft as needed for more legroom, with buttons on the front seatback or the rear center armrest.
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LEGROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legroom for English Language Learners
: space in which you can extend your legs when you are sitting
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