smoking room

noun

Definition of smoking room

: a room (as in a hotel or club) set apart for smokers

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Parliament passed a law Wednesday barring smoking in restaurants and bars with more than 100 square meters, or about 1,100 square feet, of space, except for separate and sealed smoking rooms. Megumi Fujikawa, WSJ, "Coughing Up Reform: Japan Tightens Smoking Laws a Little," 18 July 2018 The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 Archival photos show a saloon full of plush blue velvet and fringed cushions, as well as extravagant smoking rooms with cigars and brandy. Elise Taylor, Vogue, "Inside the Grand Royal Train That Queen Elizabeth and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Rode to Cheshire," 14 June 2018 It's equipped with a super-luxe smoking room, multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a dining room that seats 12. Ruby Buddemeyer, Marie Claire, "The Queen Reportedly Invited Meghan Markle to a Place Prince Harry Has Never Been," 6 June 2018 DeCarlo’s team ran a test in a single classroom that had been a non-smoking room for years. Maggie Fox /, NBC News, "HVAC systems spread thirdhand smoke," 9 May 2018

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1689, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of smoking room was in 1689

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