Definition of Game room

1. Noun. A recreation room for noisy activities (parties or children's play etc).

Exact synonyms: Playroom, Rumpus Room
Generic synonyms: Rec Room, Recreation Room



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Game Room

game license
game manager
game managers
game master
game masters
game misconduct
game of chance
game of gotcha
game of skill
game over
game plan
game plans
game point
game port
game ports
game room (current term)
game score
game scores
game sheet
game show
game shows
game the system
game theorist
game theorists
game theory
game warden
game with a purpose
gamebag
gamebags
gamebird

Literary usage of Game room

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Home and School United in Widening Circles of Inspiration and Service by Mary Van Meter. Grice, Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Martin Grove Brumbaugh (1909)
"The boys and young men are found in the basement in full swing of athletic pleasures, or in the quiet of the game room on the first floor; the men seek the ..."

2. Social Activities for Men and Boys by Albert Meader Chesley (1910)
"... it wise to experiment with the large social room before going to the expense of dividing it up into the regulation reading room, game room, parlor, etc. ..."

3. Annual Report of the State Board of Library Commissioners of Michigan by State Board of Library Commissioners, Michigan (1900)
"... and game room, 14x17 feet, being on the east side, thereby receive the advantage of light derived from Main street grade. A rolling partition between ..."

4. Kids, Cops & Communities by Marcia R. Chaiken (1999)
"The game room has an area with computers, another with multipurpose tables used for arts and crafts, and a third with a couch and ..."

5. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"There is a camp store, game room, and pavilion. Swimming, boating and fishing on the shores of the James River. Williamsburg & Colonial KOA Resorts, ..."

6. Popular Royalty by Arthur Henry Beaven (1904)
"In all Europe there is but one game-room or larder larger than that of the ... On the ground floor of the game-room, hampers are packed for sending away to ..."

7. Home and School United in Widening Circles of Inspiration and Service by Mary Van Meter. Grice, Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Martin Grove Brumbaugh (1909)
"The boys and young men are found in the basement in full swing of athletic pleasures, or in the quiet of the game room on the first floor; the men seek the ..."

8. Social Activities for Men and Boys by Albert Meader Chesley (1910)
"... it wise to experiment with the large social room before going to the expense of dividing it up into the regulation reading room, game room, parlor, etc. ..."

9. Annual Report of the State Board of Library Commissioners of Michigan by State Board of Library Commissioners, Michigan (1900)
"... and game room, 14x17 feet, being on the east side, thereby receive the advantage of light derived from Main street grade. A rolling partition between ..."

10. Kids, Cops & Communities by Marcia R. Chaiken (1999)
"The game room has an area with computers, another with multipurpose tables used for arts and crafts, and a third with a couch and ..."

11. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"There is a camp store, game room, and pavilion. Swimming, boating and fishing on the shores of the James River. Williamsburg & Colonial KOA Resorts, ..."

12. Popular Royalty by Arthur Henry Beaven (1904)
"In all Europe there is but one game-room or larder larger than that of the ... On the ground floor of the game-room, hampers are packed for sending away to ..."

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