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family room

noun
1.
a room in a house used as a center for family activities.
Origin
1850-1855
1850-55
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  • The trophy rested on a mantel in their family room, beside an oil painting.
  • But clearing out the clutter and refurbishing the space does a lot for both your family room and your syllabus.
  • He shows no aggression whatsoever and is content to stay on our bed or the family room couch.
  • Now, she is locked in the family room all the time because she jumps on counters and what-not.
  • The family room has a vast stone fireplace made by local craftsmen.
  • We sit in the family room, beneath a pitched roof and rafters.
  • Kitty's body was found on the floor of the family room, next to her dead husband's feet.
  • Three perfectly placed mirrors in this family room create an oceanfront feel few nautical paintings could pull off.
  • The inviting side yard acts as an outdoor extension of a family room.
  • In place of the utility room sit a miniature family room and dining area.

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