Definition of Grillrooms

1. Noun. (plural of grillroom) ¹



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Definition of Grillrooms

1. grillroom [n] - See also: grillroom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grillrooms

grillage
grillages
grille
grille guard
grilled
grilled cheese
griller
grilleries
grillers
grillery
grilles
grillework
grilling
grillings
grillroom
grillrooms (current term)
grills
grillsteak
grillsteaks
grillwork
grillworks
grilse
grilses
grim
grimaced
grimacer
grimacers
grimaces
grimacing

Literary usage of Grillrooms

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1. House & Garden (1905)
"One of the most famous of New York grillrooms is that of the Hotel Astor at Broadway and Forty-fourth Street. This apartment occupies a large part ot the ..."

2. On the Trail of the Pigmies: An Anthropological Exploration Under the by Leonard John Vanden Bergh (1921)
"... cheek" posture—as though they were in one of our fashionable grillrooms—but only the men move their feet. The women remain still below the waist, ..."

3. On the Trail of the Pigmies: an anthropological exploration under the by Leonard John Vanden Bergh (1921)
"... cheek" posture—as though they were in one of our fashionable grillrooms—but only the men move their feet. The women remain still below the waist, ..."

4. The Electrical Engineer (1889)
"The grillrooms and private dining-rooms have a large number of electroliers, for three or four lamps each, in harmony with the above, and similarly wrought. ..."

5. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"commonwealth, instead of as present from the cerebral and social clowns of stuccoed grillrooms, Danses de This or That and similar rendezvous of the ..."

6. The Assault: Germany Before the Outbreak and England in War-time; a Personal by Frederic William Wile (1916)
"were attended night and day, in their homes, their clubs, their offices and their favorite "American bars," hotels, grillrooms, cafes and restaurants by ..."

7. Rand, McNally & Co.'s Handy Guide to Boston and Environs (1899)
"Its restaurant is one of the handsomest in the city, and in the basement are several grillrooms and cafes, fitted up in the German style, ..."

8. Towards Utopia: Being Speculations in Social Evolution by A free lance, Frank Hill]. [Perrycoste (1894)
"... but also by tho fact that, in many City-grillrooms, a inim lunching on • steak rind broad—price I/I—is ..."

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