Wardroom meaning

wôrd'ro͝om', -ro͝om'
The common recreation area and dining room for the commissioned officers on a warship.
noun
0
0
The commissioned officers on a warship.
noun
0
0
In a warship, a compartment used for eating and lounging by commissioned officers, except, usually, the captain.
noun
0
0
These officers collectively.
noun
0
0
The living quarters of a ship designated for the commissioned officers other than the captain.
noun
0
0
Advertisement
The commissioned officers of a ship, excluding the captain.

The captain rarely referred to his wardroom for advice, and this lead to their malcontent.

noun
0
0

Origin of wardroom

  • Originally, a room on a ship used as a wardrobe and storeroom for valuables ward room
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition