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workroom Line breaks: work|room
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkruːm/
/ˈwəːkrʊm/

Definition of workroom in English:

noun

A room for working in, especially one equipped for a particular kind of work.
Example sentences
  • Padded dress form torsos are a common sight at pattern companies, factory workrooms and professional design studios, but they're not a trade secret - dress forms are readily available to sewing hobbyists, too.
  • He was spending the rainy day with his drawing pad, working out future kitchens, workrooms and such.
  • This remarkable facility includes classroom / workrooms, project rooms, advisory rooms, and a large common room.

Words that rhyme with workroom

hecatomb • vacuum

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