Examples of war room in a Sentence
the war room of the candidate's campaign headquarters
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The network's lively war room amounts to just a small window into the all-consuming, round-the-clock, unending frenzy that the NFL draft has exploded into.
And not just the Oasis world, but the world of the (corporate) IOI war room.
Over the last few months of the campaign, Parscale's team invested heavily in Facebook advertising, even hosting a Facebook employee at their Texas war room who helped guide their work.
To me, BlueShark felt like a crude version of the war room in Ender's Game, from which commanders control a distant fleet.
Whatever the reason for Murray’s draft-night drop, Spurs brass left the war room that night in 2016 cautiously hopeful the team had nabbed its point guard of the future.
As the camera rolled 7 1⁄2 months ago, the GM looked across the war room at the Golden Knights’ selections, each name boxed and checked on a grease board.
The good news is the loss to the Ravens ensured the Colts of a top-three pick in the 2018 NFL draft, but don't expect coach Chuck Pagano to be in the war room.
For Menendez, Republicans are setting up a war room to track coverage of the trial and disseminate any potentially embarrassing details that emerge.
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WAR ROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of war room for English Language Learners
: a room where battles are planned that is equipped with maps, computers, etc.
: a room where people meet and exchange plans, ideas, information, etc., in an active way
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