boardinghouse[ bawr-ding-hous, bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boardinghouse
Synonyms for boardinghouse
- crash pad
- room and board
- rooming house
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOARDINGHOUSE
She lives in a boardinghouse at Brompton, and comes to the party in a fly.
And again he used them as breastworks in foraging at the boardinghouse.
We lived there at a boardinghouse, and she behaved badly, very badly.
The younger brother and Grace were sitting on the stoop of the boardinghouse.
Jurgis got himself a place in a boardinghouse with some congenial friends.
Galland here found himself in Smith's clutches, being directed to "put stock" into the boardinghouse to be built.
The principal commands in this "revelation" directed the building of another "holy house," or Temple, and a boardinghouse.
His boardinghouse was but a few steps away, and two minutes later he was safe in his room.
When we arrived at my boardinghouse the landlady put her to bed at once and I did not see her again until the next morning.
Everything was new and shiny, and we had our supper at a long table with about twenty other people, just like a boardinghouse.