lunchroom lunchroom  /ˈləntʃ ˌrum/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a restaurant (in a facility) where lunch can be purchased

Usage(s):

  1. But in Berkeley High's lunchroom, lines of students are waiting patiently for--get this--cafeteria food.
  2. Last fall, Jim Karlsberger's eight-year-old son returned from school with a newsletter briefly reporting that lunchroom finger scanning was set to begin.
  3. When Gates asked a lunchroom table full of juniors if they planned to go the college, the response was a polite and respectful version of well, duh.

News

  1. President brings smiles to students, faculty

    Grayson Chappell was visibly star-struck as he wandered around a small penned-off section in the lunchroom of Mooresville Middle School on Thursday. Less than a minute earlier he had shaken hands with
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Mooresville Tribune

  2. Photo: Dressed to the nines - Thu, 06 Jun 2013 PST

    Special occasion: Holmes Elementary School sixth-grader Noah Wilson wears a tuxedo during the school’s sixth annual Dining at the Ritz on Wednesday in Spokane. Some 50 students from two sixth-grade classes, many wearing ties or dresses, were served a formal meal in the lunchroom where they learned dining etiquette and the importance of self-confidence in formal settings. Noah shares conversation ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The Spokesman-Review

  3. Free Lunches Offered at Manistee Public Schools During Summer

    School may be closed for the summer in Manistee, but the lunchroom is still open. Manistee Public Schools is offering free lunches for students up to the age of 18 this summer. The 45 minute lunches
    on June 6, 2013     Source: 9&10 News Cadillac

Quotes

  1. "This decision does not reflect the reality of the workplace," Mikulski said. "You can talk about anything in the workplace. Often, politics are discussed in the lunchroom; religion is talked about at the computer; sex is often discussed at...
    on Jan 15, 2009 By: Barbara Mikulski Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "I followed it very closely on WOR," Maddon said. "I watched (Mets broadcaster Ralph) Kiner's Korner every night. We had the cable back home. Uncle Carli had the cable up at the third base luncheon so you'd sneak in the lunchroom and get to...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Joe Maddon Source: Boston Herald

  3. "You want to wipe out bullying in the school yard? You need to have better supervision in the lunchroom," said Hampton.
    on Apr 16, 2007 By: Howard Hampton Source: Toronto Star

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