wardroom

[wawrd-room, -room]
noun (on a warship)
1.
the area serving as the living quarters for all commissioned officers except the commanding officer.
2.
the dining saloon and lounge for these officers.
3.
these officers collectively.

Origin:
1795–1805; ward + room

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wardroom (ˈwɔːdˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
1.  the quarters assigned to the officers (except the captain) of a warship
2.  the officers of a warship collectively, excepting the captain

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Example sentences
Instead, officers' cabins were well forward, opening into a wardroom.
The cabins line the hull and open into a central wardroom.
We had the wardroom get blown up and all kinds of junk.
Feeding the troops takes up much time, officers eat by shifts in the wardroom.
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