roomsome

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

room +‎ -some

Adjective[edit]

roomsome (comparative more roomsome, superlative most roomsome)

  1. (archaic) Characterised or marked by room or roominess; spacious.
    • John Evelyn
      He noted with delight that the house was “not onely capable and roomsome, but very magnificent and commodious, as well within as without, nor lesse splendidly furnish'd.