The plan was to build a single storey 10-bed communal cell design with a "dayroom" formed by grouping six cells around a housing unit, thus eliminating unnecessary balconies and stairways, as well as unnecessary huge indoor circulation spaces, such as corridors and passages.
It was strange to think of them as having only 'night rooms' at the Gasthaus Freud — as opposed to Ronda Ray having her 'dayroom'; it struck me how dayrooms and night rooms were used for similar purposes.
A new sleeping room had been built, and an adjacent dayroom almost complete.
Reading them, you might wonder whether there was a WiFi hot spot in the dayroom at St. Elizabeths Hospital.
There is also a dayroom for the girls who will work with me.
Ellen and Polly were in the workshop dayroom at the back of the house in Vine Street.
Lena found her there a minute later, slumped down in the piles of paper, listlessly pawing through them, disconnected and withdrawn, a mental patient in a dayroom.
Once upon a time, I was lounging in the dayroom when the fire alarm went off.
Ever since Rose had arrived as a resident, it had become traditional for several of the Caretakers Emeritis to take breakfast together in the southern dayroom.
Then he began reciting the names of every single one of 415 colors listed in a paint catalog: damson dream, dauphin, dayroom yellow, dead salmon … and on and on and on.
A figure of speech in which the expression is an evident exaggeration of the meaning intended to be conveyed or by which things are represented as much greater or less better or worse than they really are a statement exaggerated fancifully through excitement or for effect...