Definition of stateroom
1 : cabin 1a(1)
2 : a private room on a railroad car with one or more berths and a toilet
Recent Examples of stateroom from the Web
Passengers sleep in 48-inch-wide bunks behind a curtain off the ship’s salon or in one of seven private staterooms with multiple bunks and a sink and mirror.
Then we were sent to the palace stateroom to set up the interview.
The disc contains preferences and communicates with readers throughout the ship, allowing passengers to do everything from ordering and paying for drinks to unlocking their staterooms.
Also, book at least a year in advance and receive shipboard credits of $500 per stateroom or $1,000 per suite.
A 14-night transatlantic sailing from Fort Lauderdale to Southampton inside stateroom runs from $1,299 per person.
The investigators’ attention will be focused in particular on the Fitzgerald’s commander, Bryce Benson, who was in his stateroom on the destroyer’s starboard side when the Crystal’s bow struck right at that point.
The average balcony stateroom is nearly $340 cheaper than last year.
After admiring the skirt and inquiring where Howard had purchased it and requesting its SKU number, the skirt mysteriously appeared at Presto’s stateroom door.
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First Known Use of stateroom
STATEROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stateroom for English Language Learners
: a private room on a ship or on a railroad car
: a large room in a palace or home that is used for special occasions
STATEROOM Defined for Kids
Definition of stateroom for Students
: a private room on a ship or a train
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