Definition of playroom
: a room equipped for children to play in
Examples of playroom in a Sentence
Their basement has a playroom.
Recent Examples of playroom from the Web
Wander into the playroom, and grab on to monkey bars.
The mansion also comes equipped with a theater room, a boat house, and of course, a playroom for the kids.
The Parenting Center at Children's Hospital also has playrooms at its facilities in Uptown and Metairie.
We were situated in the playroom section of the café.
Tot Time. Toys, costumes, bubbles, crafts and snacks in an indoor playroom for ages 1-4.
Toys, costumes, bubbles, crafts and snacks in an indoor playroom for ages 1-4.
Also immediately available is the Chesapeake II Expanded Up, with 5 bedrooms (or 4 and an office), 4 bathrooms, 2 laundry areas, a huge loft area, separate playroom, a walkout, walk-up basement, and covered porch with stone fireplace.
The third floor has a playroom, kitchen and a bedroom big enough to be used as a rec room.
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Definition of playroom for English Language Learners
: a room for children to play in
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