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roomy

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[ roo-mee, room-ee ]
/ ˈru mi, ˈrʊm i /
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adjective, room·i·er, room·i·est.
affording ample room; spacious; large.
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Origin of roomy

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First recorded in 1615–25; room + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM roomy

room·i·ly, adverbroom·i·ness, noun

Other definitions for roomy (2 of 2)

roomy2
[ roo-mee, room-ee ]
/ ˈru mi, ˈrʊm i /

noun, plural room·ies.Informal.
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British Dictionary definitions for roomy

roomy
/ (ˈruːmɪ, ˈrʊmɪ) /

adjective roomier or roomiest
having ample room; spacious

Derived forms of roomy

roomily, adverbroominess, noun
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