Part of speech:
A beginning; first part; commencement
The maximum amount that can be contained:
A concrete or metal enclosure in the ground, into which the casket is lowered at burial
A rented sleeping room; often plural
An entrance hall; a vestibule.
A long, narrow corridor or room
A large area with a high ceiling, as in a hotel lobby.
To establish in a domicile
(Archaic) A private council room
A recess or partly enclosed extension connected to or forming part of a room.
A room or building where such a collection is kept
The period each fall, winter, and spring when television ratings are accrued and studied and advertising rates are reset.
A woman's bedroom, dressing room, or private sitting room
Action, motion, or activity, esp. when free, rapid, or light
A combination of circumstances favorable for the purpose; fit time
A room, building, or part of a building with sleeping accommodations for a number of people
(Football) The area of the field to either side of an offensive formation.
A passageway or area onto which rooms open
The definition of kitchen is a room or area a home or building where food is cooked or prepared.
The leeward drift of a ship or aircraft from the course being steered
Those living in it
(Sports, baseball) The defensive area that a player can cover.
Room or opportunity for freedom of action or thought; free play
A room in a house, esp. a bedroom
A separate section, part, division, or category
A recess or hollow in a wall, as for a statue, bust, or vase
A small, usually furnished apartment with a private bathroom and kitchenette.
Room and board; lodgings.
The basic unit of living matter in all organisms, consisting of protoplasm enclosed within a cell membrane. All cells except bacterial cells have a distinct nucleus that contains the cell's DNA as well as other structures (called organelles) that include mitochondria, the endoplasmic reticulum, and vacuoles. The main source of energy for all of a cell's biological processes is ATP.
A place where young trees or other plants are raised for experimental purposes, for transplanting, or for sale
(Often reflexive) To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances.
A small sleeping compartment, as in a dormitory
To assign to lodging by billet
To cover an area of ground by ranging over it from side to side.
To provide with often temporary lodging
(Countable) Something vast.
The apartment, house, etc. where one lives
The degree to which a thing extends:
The definition of a vacancy is the state of being empty or available, or refers to an empty and unintelligent mind.
A part of a house, lot, district, city, etc. having a specific use or character
Clearance means space between, or authorization, or items on sale.
The possibility of admission
(Music) A musical form, popular before the time of the sonata, consisting of a string or series of pieces all in the same key, mostly in various dance rhythms, with sometimes an elaborate prelude.
To berth is to put a ship in its specific place or to find a space for someone to rest.
To cover or close with boards:
To shelter, keep, or store in a house or other structure:
Allowance is a piece of something given to a person, usually in relation to money or goods in exchange for service.
To live or exist
Control or repression of feelings; constraint.
Room enough to move or work in; ample space or scope
A measure of relative position north or south on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the equator, which has a latitude of 0°, with the poles having a latitude of 90° north and south. The distance of a degree of latitude is about 69 statute miles or 60 nautical miles (111 km). Latitude and longitude are the coordinates that together identify all positions on the Earth's surface.
(Sussex) the South Downs Way
A rented sleeping room; often plural
The central court or main room of an ancient Roman house
A comfortable room not used for formal entertaining.
Living is defined as the style or way a person lives their life.
A hall or large anteroom, as a waiting room or vestibule of an apartment house, hotel, theater, etc.
The definition of a space is an empty, blank or available area.
A room, as in a house, designed for study, writing, reading, etc.
A region where a particular action takes place; a specific field of action, usually with reference to war.
To lay flat or arrange in layers.
An enclosed area
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