grillroom

[gril-room, -roo m]

Origin of grillroom

First recorded in 1905–10; grill1 + room
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Examples from the Web for grillroom

Historical Examples of grillroom

  • Him and Jeff Tuttle went to the grillroom twice in ten minutes.

    Somewhere in Red Gap

    Harry Leon Wilson

  • They paid no attention to us ladies, but made for the grillroom.

    Somewhere in Red Gap

    Harry Leon Wilson

  • Will you lunch with me here in the grillroom at two o'clock?

    The Red Redmaynes

    Eden Phillpotts

  • I'll get something at the Grillroom about eleven; a steak, I guess.

  • But the big thing is we're human; just folks, as a man in the grillroom said one night.

    Kenny

    Leona Dalrymple


British Dictionary definitions for grillroom

grillroom

noun
  1. a restaurant or room in a restaurant, etc, where grilled steaks and other meat are served
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