Definition of roomful
: as much or as many as a room will hold; also : the persons or objects in a room
Recent Examples of roomful from the Web
Kerry Packer told a roomful of financial analysts, when James withdrew from the family business.
In his first White House meeting only a few days later, Mr. Trump warned a roomful of CEOs that companies sending factories overseas would face a new border tax.
Luis Alberto Moreno on Wednesday told a roomful of business leaders from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.
The group reveled in rocking out with a gaggle of local fans – sometimes an entire roomful – clutching each other, practically shouting the lyrics in the members’ faces.
Stephanie Thomas stared down the video camera, steeled to shed her clothes and share her deepest insecurities with a roomful of strangers.
May referred to the day Trump signed a new NASA Authorization Bill with a roomful of lawmakers and stakeholders watching.
Ludacris seemed surprised that Vanessa even had the courage to impersonate the rapper in front of Nicki, a roomful of the world’s most talented musicians, and millions of viewers —oh, and Drake, who happens to be Nicki’s number-one fan.
Colleen Greene, Cal State Fullerton marketing librarian, shared advice with a roomful of people on National DNA Day last month on using DNA testing to research their ancestry.
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Definition of roomful for English Language Learners
: the amount of people or things that are in a room
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