roomful

noun room·ful \ ˈrüm-ˌfu̇l , ˈru̇m- \
Updated on: 18 Nov 2017

Definition of roomful

: as much or as many as a room will hold; also : the persons or objects in a room

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First Known Use of roomful

1671


ROOMFUL Defined for English Language Learners

roomful

noun

Definition of roomful for English Language Learners

  • : the amount of people or things that are in a room



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