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tack room

noun
1.
a room in or near a stable for storing saddles, harnesses, and other tack.
Origin of tack room
1955-1960
1955-60
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  • I knows him well 'nough to wish yo' hadn't 'vited him to do his floppin' in yo' tack-room!

    Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
  • Why couldn't you tell him a hard-luck story and get to sleep in his tack-room nights?

    Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
  • After an interval they returned to the tack-room, the Bald-faced Kid shaking his head commiseratingly.

    Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
  • Old Man Curry, owner of race horses, looked out of his tack-room door at a streaming sky and gave thanks for the rain.

    Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
  • Old Man Curry combed his beard reflectively and gazed through the tack-room door into the dusk of the summer evening.

    Old Man Curry Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
British Dictionary definitions for tack-room

tack room

noun
1.
a room in a stable building in which bridles, saddles, etc are kept
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Contemporary definitions for tack-room
noun

a room in a horse stable where bridles, saddles, etc. are kept

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