adjective, room·i·er, room·i·est.
- rooming house,
- roosevelt corollary
Origin of roomy1
noun, plural room·ies. Informal.
Origin of roomie
Examples from the Web for roomy
Its roomy interior allowed for the seats to change positions and even included a table.
He did this at a time when most men resolutely believed that their clothes should be roomy enough to accommodate a village.Designer Thom Browne Honored at White House With 2012 Cooper-Hewitt Award Winners|Robin Givhan|July 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
My studio was an isolated, roomy cabin with a heavy table for a desk and a roaring fireplace.
Another sign: Obama campaign headquarters, which seemed so roomy last week, is getting crowded.
So we filed into the roomy kitchen, where an older girl, called Kate, was flying about placing steaming dishes upon the table.The Friendly Road|(AKA David Grayson) Ray Stannard Baker
With his wife he travelled in a roomy wagon, drawn by bullocks at a rate of about two miles an hour.
On one side of the house were two roomy parlors, divided by folding doors.Esther|Rosa Nouchette Carey
A roomy loft extended over the mess-room, to be resumed again over the sleeping quarters, the living-room being situated between.The Grey Cloak|Harold MacGrath
The mansion itself is a large, roomy edifice, built by a master architect.The Diamond Coterie|Lawrence L. Lynch