room (n.) Old form(s): roome
place, space
3H6 II.vi.54[Warwick to Richard, of replacing York's head with Clifford's] let this supply the room
JC IV.iii.39[Brutus to Cassius] Must I give way and room to your rash choler?
KJ III.iv.93[Constance to King Philip] Grief fills the room up of my absent child
R2 V.v.107[Richard to Servant] Go thou, and fill another room in hell
R2 V.vi.25[King Henry to Carlisle] Choose out some secret place, some reverent room
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