Definition of schoolroom
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The company Interval International partnered with GHA to paint, construct, and furnish 16 new schoolrooms.
A schoolroom at the rear, dating from 1844, has become the meeting point for several local groups, and the building also hosts a post office that appears for regular visits.
Anne’s schoolroom rival and eventual love interest, Gilbert Blythe, played by , managed to combine dreaminess and respectfulness—traits that stayed with many of us forever.
Nineteen died at the scene of the schoolroom blaze, and the others in the two Guatemala City hospitals that received the injured.
The lack of a fixed set of places or listing order is also a reminder that Romans didn’t grow up with schoolroom maps and satellite images to build a picture of the world around them.
As first seen, occupied by straight-backed, chanting girls at their desks in a fleeting, imagistic prologue, this would appear to be a contemporary schoolroom of a dreary institutional nature.
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First Known Use of schoolroom
SCHOOLROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolroom for English Language Learners
: a room where classes meet in a school
SCHOOLROOM Defined for Kids
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