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roomy (adj.)

"having ample room, spacious, capacious," 1620s, from room (n.) + -y (2). Related: Roominess. Also used in this sense was roomsome (1580s); the earlier adjective simply was room (Middle English roum, Old English rum) "wide, broad, large, spacious."

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Definitions of roomy from WordNet
1
roomy (n.)
an associate who shares a room with you;
Synonyms: roommate / roomie
2
roomy (adj.)
(of buildings and rooms) having ample space;
a roomy but sparsely furnished apartment
Synonyms: spacious
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