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linoleum

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: House
linoleumli‧no‧le‧um /ləˈnəʊliəm $ -ˈnoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  DHHa floor covering made from strong shiny material
Examples from the Corpus
linoleumOn the second flight, beige broadloom gives way to brown linoleum, bevelled mirror to beige gloss paint.The cement floor was covered by a worn brown linoleum.Only that cold linoleum under my feet was real right then, only that moment.She used Rosalind's flashlight to take her across the kitchen's frayed linoleum to the corridor.There is sheet linoleum of some kind already there, glued to the plywood, 20 years old.She had put her shoes back on and they made a hard noise against the linoleum.I played imaginary checkers on the linoleum grid of the barbershop floor.The floors have carpeted squares with linoleum surrounds and the bedroom furniture is heavy and traditional, generally of dark wood.
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