Definition of sunroom
: a glass-enclosed porch or living room with a sunny exposure —called also sun parlor
Recent Examples of sunroom from the Web
In the sunroom there are glass shelves around the base of the top windows.
In the sunroom, Walker opens a blue suitcase and pulls out a Shaq-era Orlando Magic warmup jacket, photo albums, pamphlets and a pair of red sneakers.
There are covered porches, an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, a sunroom and two master suites.
In Medford, many of the ground-floor rooms have wide doors that open to the outside and a glass-wall sunroom frames Mount Ashland and the pool area.
In the early 1900s, the family added a sunroom, laundry room and bathroom on the southeast side.
The home also includes radiant heat in the floors, a new central air and heat unit and a sunroom that Pratka says was originally a greenhouse.
An upstairs bedroom in the Bradford House is attached to a sunroom-type area, a space where Pfaffle suspects Bradford’s daughter Elsie slept because of her tuberculosis.
A 94-year-old stucco-sided Tudor with a foyer, stainless-steel appliances, a living room with a fireplace, a sunroom with a tiled floor, a finished attic and a bluestone patio.
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First Known Use of sunroom
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Definition of sunroom for English Language Learners
: a room in a house that has a lot of windows and glass to let sunlight in
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