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wardroom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
wardroomward‧room /ˈwɔːdrʊm, -ruːm $ ˈwɔːrd-/ noun [countable]  TTWthe space in a warship where the officers live and eat, except for the captain
Examples from the Corpus
wardroomAlarm bells have begun ringing in ship wardrooms and naval headquarters on both coasts.Her shoes made no sound on the carpeted corridor as she made her way to the wardroom.The explosion of a pound of high explosive in this wardroom would kill us all.
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