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a room in which meals are eaten, as in a home or hotel, especially the room in which the major or more formal meals are eaten.
the furniture usually used in a dining room and sometimes sold as a matching set, as a dining table, chairs, and sideboard; dining room suite:
a sale on dining rooms.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Though the restaurant's large, ultra-modern
needs a crowd to get it going, the food is delicious.
Well surprise, the waves are lapping at the
door and their gourmet food looks a bit soggy.
My parents had a built-in bookcase that covered one end of the
It has its own art department of about two dozen that create tables, chairs and decorations for the
We sat in his small, dark
, a plate of jam-filled ginger cookies on the starched white tablecloth between us.
The plain wooden tables in the cavernous, heavy-beamed main
were filled with connoisseurs of the house specialty.
We double back to the hotel, where dinner in the intimate, candlelit
nicely ends this travel day.
Their sideboard's built right into the house and goes all the way across one end of the
Having to use the
table as a workbench doesn't help.
The lunch plates were cleared long ago, and the waitress gazes vacantly out over an otherwise empty
British Dictionary definitions for
a room where meals are eaten
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Through open doors, the dining-room declares A larger loneliness of knives and glass And silence...