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reading room

noun
1.
a room set aside for reading, as in a library or club.
Origin
1750-1760
1750-60
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  • No pens, bags or cameras are allowed inside the hallowed reading room.
  • If you must e-read in your reading room, sit in a normal chair and reserve your flourishes for your e-reader.
  • The resort has a reading room with books, magazines and board games.
  • Desks stand in orderly rows, filling the cavernous main reading room on the third floor.
  • Take advantage of the facility's exotic spa therapies and cozy reading room.
  • The are laundry, shower and restroom facilities on-site, as well as a reading room.
  • The resort also features a clubhouse with a reading room and fireplace.
  • The public area contains a parlor with fireplace, reading room and brick patio.
  • Common areas for relaxing include the sitting room, the reading room, the backyard fire pit and the hot tub.
  • The main house has a dining facility, which serves meals buffet style, and a reading room.

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