green room

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Attested at least as early as 1701.

Noun[edit]

green room (plural green rooms)

  1. In a television studio, theatre or concert hall, the room where performers await their entrance.
  2. (surfing) The inside of a tube (i.e. of a wave making a tube).
    1996: Never quite got covered up, but stood in the doorway to the green room with the lip feathering over my shoulders several times — Surfer Bob [1]

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