1 [roo-mee, room-ee]
adjective, roomier, roomiest.
affording ample room; spacious; large.

1615–25; room + -y1

roomily, adverb
roominess, noun

capacious, generous, ample, extensive. Unabridged


2 [roo-mee, room-ee]
noun, plural roomies. Informal. Unabridged
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roomy (ˈruːmɪ, ˈrʊmɪ)
adj , roomier, roomiest
having ample room; spacious

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Example sentences
Guests can choose a one-, two- or three-bedroom cabin fully loaded with roomy
  lounge space, cozy bedrooms and a recreational area.
It features an open roomy space and a loft for the game room.
It has moved down the street to a bright, roomy space.
The roomy table at one end of the living room makes hosting meals easy.
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