wet bar

noun

Definition of wet bar

: a bar for mixing drinks (as in a home) that contains a sink with running water

Examples of wet bar in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The versatile floor plan features high ceilings and a den with a woodburning fireplace and wet bar. Dallas News, "Agents marketing homes at lower prices," 15 Nov. 2020 Other highlights include a living room with a brick fireplace and a massive lounge with a wet bar and billiards room. Jack Flemming, Los Angeles Times, "Hot Property: Nick Kroll eyes $2.35 million for his Los Feliz charmer," 7 Nov. 2020 The home also offers a dining room, a wet bar and a Sonos sound system. Dallas News, "Lake Forest home offers ‘sophisticated sanctuary’," 1 Nov. 2020 The two-level suite feels like a home-away-from-home for families traveling together, with large living and dining areas boasting high ceilings, a wet bar, and full bath. Hannah N Seligson, Town & Country, "The Best Room At...Gurney's Newport," 1 Nov. 2020 The finished walkout lower level has a wet bar, rec room, living room, and full bath with sauna. cleveland, "Mid-century modern in Bentleyville asks $899K: House of the Week," 30 Oct. 2020 The home has plenty of spaces for entertaining, including a theater room with a wet bar and a wine room. Isabel Garcia, House Beautiful, "Alison Victoria Is Selling Her Chicago Home Amidst Ongoing Lawsuit," 19 Oct. 2020 The first floor offers a primary bedroom suite and a formal dining room, while the second floor has a loft area; a wet bar can be found on the lower level, all on a 0.68-acre property. Bob Goldsborough, chicagotribune.com, "Retired radio host Joseph ‘JoBo’ Colborn lists Freeport party house for $325,000," 16 Oct. 2020 The basement also has a wet bar and extra room that could serve as a wine room or as extra storage space. Emilia Benton, Houston Chronicle, "New Orleans-inspired Museum District home highlights features," 26 Sep. 2020

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First Known Use of wet bar

1967, in the meaning defined above

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“Wet bar.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wet%20bar. Accessed 1 Dec. 2020.

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wet bar

noun

English Language Learners Definition of wet bar

US : a small counter in a house, hotel room, etc., that contains a sink and that is used for making alcoholic drinks

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