a room in a house used as a center for family activities.
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How to use family room in a sentence
Overwhelming pride filled that family room as Felix finished third, winning bronze.With 10th Medal, Allyson Felix Is Now The Most Decorated Female Track-and-Field Olympian Ever | Sean Gregory/Tokyo | August 6, 2021 | Time
Of course, my owner scolds me when I make a mess in the family room, but all I hear is, “blah blah blah.”
Due to my new priorities and sudden, protein-rich diet, I lay down impressive poops on the family room floor.
Just about every family room I have done has a big sofa for families to hang out together.How the pandemic has changed the way we see and use our homes — maybe forever | Jura Koncius | March 11, 2021 | Washington Post
They began looking around high-use areas like entryways, laundry rooms and family rooms.How the pandemic has changed the way we see and use our homes — maybe forever | Jura Koncius | March 11, 2021 | Washington Post
After dinner, we crammed into the family room for home movies.‘Tracing the Blue Light’: Read Chapter 1 of Eileen Cronin’s ‘Mermaid’ | Eileen Cronin | April 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The extensive wood carvings inside and outside will be painted in garish colors, like this family room shown in a finished home.
He admitted us and took us into the family room, where there was a lamp dimly burning on a center-table.
Her son who had grown up big, while she grew down little, went back to the family room with her.Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
This was in a tête-a-tête, in the family room, whither I had led Lucy, feeling that this little ceremony was due to my wife.Miles Wallingford | James Fenimore Cooper
She went first to the parlor, which was their principal family room when alone.Mildred at Home | Martha Finley
They all went to the family room, where the dressing-maids of Vesta and her mother were waiting for the usual morning prayers.The Entailed Hat | George Alfred Townsend