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front room

noun

  1. a room at the front of a house, especially a parlor.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of front room1

First recorded in 1670–80

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Example Sentences

For now, the operators have shared their front room, where Austin and others maintain a “rememory space.”

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It was almost as large as the front room, with a stove, a refrigerator, a good-sized table and, in one corner, another double bed.

She misses the times when she and Igor threw parties for 30 people in their front room, she said.

I retired safely to my little bed in the front room with its raggedy sheets and thin holy blanket.

The face was the same as in those pictures in her front room.

Family friends and neighbors began to fill the front room, some bringing food, nobody knowing what to say.

Madame Antoine busied herself in the large front room preparing dinner.

"No, he isn't," Mazaroff said curtly as he came into the front room and closed the door behind him.

Teddy's mother sat down in the front room to entertain them, and Aunt Ann hurried out to see about supper.

I've heard him say, that he cleared no less than fifty pounds every year by letting his front room at hanging time.

The troopers, however, took no notice of the children; they searched thoroughly, and then came back to the front room.

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