[tap-room, -roo m]
- a barroom, especially in an inn or hotel; bar.
Origin of taproom
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Examples from the Web for taproom
A confident voice was doing some high talking in the taproom.
To the left was the closed door of the taproom, which now seemed to furnish all the noise.
Finally I arose and went into the corridor and peered into the taproom.
They went boldly into the taproom, and shut the door behind them.The Book of Dragons
He guessed that downstairs in the taproom someone had let the fire die.Shaman
- a bar, as in a hotel or pub
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Word Origin and History for taproom
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