Definition of roomy:
large (part of speech: adjective)
These upper rooms, in a roof of this character, are cool, well ventilated, well lighted, and agreeable in warm weather, there being roomy air chambers between the attic ceiling and the upper roof, and also between the walls of the rooms and the outer wall of the house.- "Woodward's Country Homes", George E. Woodward F. W. Woodward.
- "Peggy Owen and Liberty", Lucy Foster Madison.
These dungeons were roomy enough to contain respectively from one hundred to one hundred and fifty prisoners, who were at night secured therein with lock and bar, but during the day were permitted to roam about the courts as they thought fit.- "The Bible in Spain", George Borrow.