Associations to the word «Lounge»
LOUNGE, noun. A waiting room in an office, airport etc.
LOUNGE, noun. A domestic living room.
LOUNGE, noun. An establishment, similar to a bar, that serves alcohol and often plays background music or shows television.
LOUNGE, noun. A large comfortable seat for two or three people or more, a sofa or couch; also called lounge chair.
LOUNGE, noun. The act of one who lounges; idle reclining.
LOUNGE, verb. To relax; to spend time lazily; to stand, sit, or recline, in an indolent manner.
LOUNGE DINER, noun. A room in a private house, a joint sitting-room/dining-room.
LOUNGE DINERS, noun. Plural of lounge diner
LOUNGE LIZARD, noun. (Jazz-age or flapper slang) An idler or pleasure-seeker; a person who spends considerable time loitering in bars and cocktail lounges.
LOUNGE LIZARDS, noun. Plural of lounge lizard
LOUNGE MUSIC, noun. A style of music popular in the 1950s and 1960s, intended to evoke in the listener the feeling of being in some other place (an island paradise, outer space, etc.).
LOUNGE SUIT, noun. (British) A man’s suit
LOUNGE, noun. An upholstered seat for more than one person.
LOUNGE, noun. A room (as in a hotel or airport) with seating where people can wait.
LOUNGE, verb. Sit or recline comfortably; "He was lounging on the sofa".
LOUNGE, verb. Be about; "The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"; "Who is this man that is hanging around the department?".
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