noun, plural room·fuls.
Examples from the Web for roomful
He did not want to tell a roomful of hard partisans that their ideology is unworkable.
A roomful of women in that room encouraged us to keep going.
Getting caught on video doing it in a roomful of rich donors is downright sloppy.
A man in a crowded Colorado movie theater randomly executing a roomful of total strangers including women and children?The Aurora Shooting Made One Prominent Hollywood Producer Too Scared to Go to The Multiplex|Rick Schwartz|August 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ramin Setoodeh went and found a roomful of adults in Jurassic Park costumes.
"Oh, I don't mean these boys," said Elvira, waving her thin arms scornfully around the roomful.Ben Pepper|Margaret Sidney
Whoso had met and managed a roomful of merciless children can easily face a woman's club.What Diantha Did|Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Then he shut up his pencil, and leaning back in his chair once more glanced round at the roomful of people.Mr. Marx's Secret|E. Phillips Oppenheim
How much longer do you reckon that roomful of old women will gabble in Richmond?The Battle Ground|Ellen Glasgow
He ran his fingers through his hair, which was short, and his eyes wandered wildly round the roomful of cats.The Strand Magazine|Various