Definition of roomy
1 : having ample room : spacious
2 of a female mammal : having a large or well-proportioned body suited for breeding
Examples of roomy in a Sentence
a small car that's surprisingly roomy inside
Recent Examples of roomy from the Web
Most major automakers reported better sales than analysts had estimated for June following a five-month streak of industry declines, with demand for roomier SUVs and pickup trucks doing most of the heavy lifting.
Meanwhile, roomier seats with extra legroom and extra space are sold for higher fares in first class and comfort+ sections.
The sleeve is just roomy enough to also hold an iPad Pro with a Smart Keyboard cover folded over it.
In the 2017 models, the 2TB and 3TB Fusion Drives still use 128GB SSDs, but the 1TB Fusion Drive gets a slightly roomier 32GB SSD.
These areas are now much roomier, and most food and souvenir services are in the corridors leading to them.
The roomy main level makes the home comfortable for entertaining, Kepnes said.
Krantz makes use of roomy exterior pockets in his carry-on.
The label has tinkered with the wash and the details, creating pants that are rugged, roomy, and classically cool.
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First Known Use of roomy
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Definition of roomy for English Language Learners
: having plenty of space or room
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