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accommodate to have room for. [1/6 definitions]
alcove a separate or recessed part of a room that is partly enclosed. [1/2 definitions]
American plan a system by which hotels charge a fixed rate for room, meals, and service. (Cf. European plan.)
amphitheater a room of similar construction, used for lectures and the like. [1/2 definitions]
antechamber a small room that acts as a waiting room or entryway to a larger room; anteroom.
anteroom a small room that acts as an entry to a larger room; waiting room.
apartment a room or set of rooms used as living space by a single household and usu. located in a building containing a number of such rooms or sets of rooms.
apt. abbreviation of "apartment," a room or set of rooms used as living space by a single household and usu. located in a building containing a number of such rooms or sets of rooms.
athenaeum a reading room or library. [1/2 definitions]
auditorium a large room in which performances, speeches, and the like are given in front of an audience, or a building housing such a space.
au pair (French) a girl or woman who works for a family, usu. in a foreign country, in exchange for room and board. [1/2 definitions]
ballroom a large room used for dancing, as in a hotel, club, or mansion.
barroom a room where alcoholic beverages are served, usu. at a bar or counter.
bathroom a room containing a bath or shower, a sink, and often a toilet. [2 definitions]
bedroom a room used for sleeping.
bedsit (chiefly British; informal) a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bedsitter (chiefly British; informal) a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
bed-sitting room a typically inexpensive rental accommodation combining a bedroom and sitting room along with facilities for cooking.
boudoir a woman's private sitting room or bedroom.
brazier2 a metal container designed to hold hot coals or charcoal, and used for heating a room. [1/2 definitions]
butler's pantry a serving area between a dining room and a kitchen, for use by a butler or maid.