Last modified on 28 May 2014, at 21:27

roomy

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From room.

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roomy (comparative roomier, superlative roomiest)

  1. Spacious, expansive, comfortable.
    Our new apartment is roomy enough to accommodate all our furniture.
    • 2013 Dec. 22, Jad Mouawad and Martha C. White, "[1]," New York Times (retrieved 23 December 2013):
      Over the last two decades, the space between seats — hardly roomy before — has fallen about 10 percent, from 34 inches to somewhere between 30 and 32 inches. Today, some airlines are pushing it even further, leaving only a knee-crunching 28 inches.

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