Definition of Pressrooms

1. Noun. (plural of pressroom) ¹



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Definition of Pressrooms

1. pressroom [n] - See also: pressroom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pressrooms

pressmarks
pressmaster
pressmasters
pressmen
pressor
pressors
pressotherapy
presspack
presspacked
presspacking
presspacks
presspeople
pressperson
presspersons
pressroom
pressrooms (current term)
pressrun
pressruns
presstime
presstimes
presstitute
presstitutes
pressurage
pressurages
pressure
pressure-cook
pressure-cooker
pressure-cooker(a)
pressure-feed lubricating system
pressure-ulcer

Literary usage of Pressrooms

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1. The Siege of University City: The Dreyfus Case of America by Sidney Levi Morse (1912)
"There were in the early days of the Winner, no pressrooms in that city capable of producing at moderate prices the enormous output required. ..."

2. Women and the Trades,Pittsburgh,1907-1908 by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler, Paul Underwood Kellogg (1909)
"Perhaps a reflected "odor of sanctity," an association by proxy with clerical work, has made the pressrooms and binderies favored above more obviously ..."

3. Making a Newspaper by John La Porte Given (1907)
"Issues intended for the city the circulation men rush from the pressrooms into wagons that are driven as fast as the police will allow, which commonly means ..."

4. Making a Newspaper by John La Porte Given (1907)
"Hearing of a new piece of machinery that will save a few seconds in the pressrooms, they hasten to inspect it, and, the treasury allowing, make arrangements ..."

5. Women and the Trades, Pittsburgh, 1907-1908 by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler (1909)
"Perhaps a reflected "odor of sanctity," an association by proxy with clerical work, has made the pressrooms and binderies favored above more obviously ..."

6. The San Francisco Chronicle and Its History: The Story of Its Foundation by The San Francisco Chronicle (1879)
"... pressrooms, in the new building, ... and pressrooms in the world, a paper on Sunday morning that put all its ..."

7. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Laborby New York (State). Dept. of Labor by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1906)
"Likewise in case of the termination of said contracts, labor in said pressrooms shall be continued by said union, and if differences arise in the framing of ..."

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