Definition of "roomes" [roomes]

  • (noun) Plural form of roome.

Use "roomes" in a sentence

  • "The Sides up to the house are built in roomes for appartments, you ascend the house by Stone Steps – about 12 – that all turn round; the upper Stepp is at Least 20 foot steps in Compass; the door you enter is of Iron Carv'd the ffinest I ever saw all sort of Leaves, flowers, figures, birds, beasts, wheate in ye Carving; very Large ye doors are – there is an Inside doore as Case to it."
  • "You enter into a hall very lofty with a gallery round the top, thence through to a great parlour that opens in a Bellcony to the garden, and is a visto thro 'the whole house, so that on the one side you view the gardens wch are one below another wth low breast walls and Taress walkes, and is replenished with all ye Curiosityes or Requisites for ornament, pleasure and use, beyond it are orchards and woods with rows of trees; on the other side you see ye parke rowes of trees; the roomes are all lofty and good, the hall is not large but sutable to its height – a great many Chambers and roomes of state."
  • "Here in Yakima Valley wine country tasting roomes as many men drink wine as women and not all women are just “white wine” drinkers."

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