Definition of roomy in English:

roomy

Pronunciation /ˈrʊmi//ˈruːmi/

adjective

  • (especially of accommodation) having plenty of room; spacious.

    ‘the cabin is roomy and well planned’
    ‘roomy trousers’
    • ‘This property should appeal to those seeking a roomy house within a short distance.’
    • ‘She turned sharply and opened a door leading to a roomy room with a table and some closets at the end.’
    • ‘It is unusual to find such a roomy apartment in this price bracket close to the city centre.’
    • ‘The roomy apartment was decorated with expensive adorns and everything was in its right place.’
    • ‘The cabin is more spacious, the boot is more roomy and even the smallest 200K engine offers a decent level of power.’
    • ‘Once you have settled in, you find that the seats are very roomy and there is ample space for two very large adults.’
    • ‘The open-plan lounge and dining room offer bright and roomy accommodation.’
    • ‘The basis for its conclusion was that the main reason for moving from the old home was to acquire more roomy accommodation generally.’
    • ‘On the opposite side of the hall is the roomy living/dining room, which has an open fireplace with marble surround.’
    • ‘The dining room is filled with modern furniture, muted lighting and roomy booths, though the other tables are quite tight.’
    • ‘The house was small, yet when one entered it suddenly seemed spacious and roomy.’
    • ‘Completing the accommodation are two further bedrooms, both roomy doubles with polished timber floorboards.’
    • ‘The area between the cooktop workspace and a roomy prep island is wide enough for two people to navigate.’
    • ‘The interconnecting kitchen/dining room is located in the extension and is very roomy.’
    • ‘The good looks encapsulate a roomy cabin that offers plenty of space for passengers and drivers alike.’
    • ‘This roomy house offers coastal views from nearly all its rooms.’
    • ‘Straight ahead is the living room; this is bright and roomy with polished wooden floors and a large window to the front.’
    • ‘This two bedroom house offers bright and surprisingly roomy accommodation.’
    • ‘The case is crying out for modding, and the space that's there makes it plenty roomy for installing a watercooling system and extra lighting.’
    • ‘An old fashioned pantry leads off it, with rows of neat shelving which would be roomy enough to convert to a cloakroom/utility room.’
    spacious, commodious, capacious, sizeable, generous, big, large, broad, wide, extensive
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Pronunciation

roomy

/ˈrʊmi//ˈruːmi/