- living death,
- living end, the,
- living fossil,
- living history,
- living picture,
- living soul,
- living standard,
- living stones,
- living trust,
- living unit
Origin of living room
Examples from the Web for living room
Vietnam was the “living-room war,” the first to be televised.
They lived in a tiny house, not much bigger than a large American living-room, with their two young daughters.Mandela, My Source: One Journalist’s Memory of Clandestine Meetings|Benjamin Pogrund|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We had them all, lined up in lieu of books along the living-room walls: The Boyfriend, The Music Man, My Fair Lady.
Also in the mix is Google TV, software that connects the Internet to your living-room TV.New YouTube Redesign Is Google's Latest Plot to Take Over TV|Dan Lyons|December 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
In the one-bedroom apartment, Rodrigo slept on the living-room couch and Emilio slept in the bedroom.
At this point Mrs. Transley arose, and the men moved out into the living-room to chat on less contentious subjects.Dennison Grant|Robert Stead
From the hall we can go into the living-room, the dining-room or parlor, without passing through another room.Convenient Houses|Louis Henry Gibson
Donald's face wore a troubled expression as he reentered the living-room.Kindred of the Dust|Peter B. Kyne
Or if it is stormy, they sit in front of a fire, almost as big, in the living-room.Etiquette|Emily Post
Once a week this room, which was now a nursery combined with bedroom and living-room, was overhauled by the stalwart Bowen.Vanished Arizona|Martha Summerhayes