Wide; spacious; roomy.Far; at a distance; wide, in space or extent; in nautical use, off from the wind.n. Space; compass; extent of space, great or small: as, here is room enough for an army.n. Space or place unoccupied or unobstructed; place for reception of any thing or person; accommodation for entering or for moving about: as, to make room for a carriage to pass.n. Fit occasion; opportunity; freedom to admit or indulge: as, in this case there is no room for doubt or for argument.n. Place or station once occupied by another; stead, as in succession or substitution: as, one magistrate or king comes in the room of a former one.n. Any inclosure or division separated by partitions from other parts of a house or other structure; a chamber; an apartment; a compartment; a cabin, or the like: as, a drawing-room; a bedroom; a state-room in a ship; an engine-room in a factory; a harness-room in a stable.n. Particular place or station; a seat.n. A box or seat in a theater.n. Family; company.n. Office; post; position.n. A fishing-station; also, an establishment for curing fish.n. A heading or working-place in a coal-mine.n. The stomach: as, to fill the blubber-room (to take a hearty meal). [Whalers' slang.]n. Synonyms Capacity, scope, latitude, range, sweep, swing, play.To occupy a room or rooms; lodge: as, he rooms at No. 7.n. A deep-blue dye like indigo, obtained by maceration from the shrub Strobilanthes flaccidifolius (Ruellia indigotica, etc.); also, the plant itself, which is native and cultivated in India, Burma, and China.n. Dandruff.n. In coal-mining, a breast; a chamber.n. In salt-making, one of the large stationary pans in which the brine from a salt-well is placed to allow the water to evaporate.n. In wood ship-building, the empty space between two adjacent frames of a wooden ship.