barroom

Part of speech: noun

A room where liquors and refreshments are served.

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Usage examples "barroom":

  1. So you got mixed up in a barroom row last night, I hear, Smith? - "The Ancient Law", Ellen Glasgow.
  2. Then, stepping back to the door so that all in the barroom might catch the significance of his words, he said sharply: " How many men of you know where Bisbee always carried his money when he was on his way to bank?" - "The Bells of San Juan", Jackson Gregory.
  3. At the rear of the barroom and along the side of the wall were some half dozen little stalls, partitioned off from each other. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.