[skool-room, -roo m]
- a room in which a class is conducted or pupils are taught.
Origin of schoolroom
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Examples from the Web for schoolroom
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And he sprang from his stool, as their teacher entered the schoolroom door.
The college bell was beginning to ring out as they entered the schoolroom.
They traversed the cloisters again, and tried the door of the schoolroom.
He would keep us out of the cloisters; he would keep us out of our own schoolroom.
She entered, took off her things in the room appropriated to her, and passed into the schoolroom.
Word Origin and History for schoolroom
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