Barrooms [noun]

Definition of Barrooms:


Synonyms of Barrooms:

Opposite/Antonyms of Barrooms:


Sentence/Example of Barrooms:

Thus five or six Americans may meet in a club or barroom for the sale of liquors.

He found Singleton in the barroom and drew him into a corner.

In the barroom a slim, wiry man was looking out of the dirty window up the street at Cowan's saloon.

Red and Lanky were emitting clouds of smoke from behind the store, immediately across the street from the barroom.

Colonel Dade was seated in the barroom of Brown's Hotel early one morning, waiting for someone to come in and invite him to drink.

They passed through the narrow entrance and into the stone-flagged barroom, where the men laid down their stretcher.

Stony, he must have choked hisse'f to death on some free barroom vittles, or else he got run over by a hawse and waggin.

"I was in the barroom when you come in the other night," and then he laughed as at the recollection of something very amusing.

Unbuckling it, he stepped back into the barroom and laid the two-holstered guns and the belt on the table.

Familiar stories of the smoking car and the barroom have been brought into Broadway theaters often enough, but in disguised form.