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How to use roomed in a sentence

If people are perfectly comfortable they can be as happy in a one-roomed hut as though they lived in a palace.
ALILA, OUR LITTLE PHILIPPINE COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
They had a six-roomed house (not counting kitching and sculry), and now twelve daughters in all; whizz.
MEMOIRS OF MR. CHARLES J. YELLOWPLUSHWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
He dropped his knife, and walked outside, onto the veranda of the little two-roomed shack.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING, OR, TRUE TO HIS FRIENDSSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Once upon a time there was an Irishman who lived in a little two-roomed hut on the edge of a bog.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: HOUSEKEEPINGELIZABETH HALE GILMAN
Hewson was a bachelor, and could have made shift with a two-roomed cabin for himself and his men.
WANDERING HEATHSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
They conducted us to what they had termed "the calaboose," a big, ramshackle, one-roomed barn-like structure.
TRAMPING ON LIFEHARRY KEMP
It was a two-roomed cottage, propped against a cow-stable, but fairly decent, with a curtain in the window and a cat on the sill.
COMING HOMEEDITH WHARTON
Marjorie followed her up the stairs to the third floor where Leila and Nella Sherman roomed.
MARJORIE DEAN COLLEGE FRESHMANPAULINE LESTER
Peter Tronhus himself and his numerous family live in a one-roomed hut just opposite this.
THREE IN NORWAYJAMES ARTHUR LEES
But the village has a hall with a platform, a two-roomed school house, and a tennis court, as facilities for a social center.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW

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