from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having plenty of room; spacious. See Synonyms at spacious.
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- adj. Spacious, expansive, comfortable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having ample room; spacious; large
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having ample room; spacious; large.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an associate who shares a room with you
- adj. (of buildings and rooms) having ample space
Anyway, the 117s were kind of roomy this time so I tried the 112s and they were too.
On the presentation side, cancellations and no-shows have made the program very "roomy".
Mr. Fukui, who describes the City as "roomy," said it is Honda's "most significant model" in the Indian market.
Coming into the neighborhood, in the absence of Elwood, the young man, finding so desirable a tract vacant, had at once taken possession; and by the return of the regulator had almost finished a neat and "roomy" cabin.
But since she had to dress Lygia's hair first, she put on her meanwhile a kind of roomy dress called synthesis, and, seating her in an armchair, gave her for a time into the hands of slave women, so as to stand at a distance herself and follow the hairdressing.
Also the A3 seemed to offer the impression of "roomy" without really being that roomy of a car.
At the Detroit auto show, General Motors and Ford revealed their comeback strategy for small cars: Adorn them with features seldom seen in domestic econoboxes, such as roomy interiors, computer gadgets, turbocharged engines and sporty sheet metal.
It was the kind of roomy, open subdivision, just over the Rockingham County line near Greensboro National Golf Club, where people move for a peaceful country setting.
Fred W. Newman, the authority's executive director, said plans call for 26 "roomy" one-bedroom apartments.
Now the Albemarle Sheriff's department owns three Honda Accords, and Sergeant Layman slides the seat back and pronounces the Accord "roomy" and "comparable" to the larger Crown Vic.