barroom

[bahr-room, -room]
noun
an establishment or room with a bar for the serving of alcoholic beverages.

Origin:
1790–1800, Americanism; bar1 + room

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barroom (ˈbɑːˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
(US) a room or building where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter

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barroom
1797, from bar (2) + room.
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Example sentences
Wars are not barroom brawls writ large, or domestic violence that has been
  somehow extended to strangers.
When he was done, he had some findings that could settle a lot of barroom
  arguments.
Now we're a refined gentleman's street fight as opposed to a barroom brawl.
The lyrics avoid both the pat sentimentality of barroom camaraderie and the
  hollow rhetoric of recovery.
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