roomer[ roo-mer, roo m-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF roomer
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The roomer, who had walked fast, stopped and took off his hat.
The Pages' roomer was in love with Sidney whether he knew it or not.
If it's got to be someone, Sidney, I'd rather have it the roomer upstairs than Wilson.
I think, on the whole, I prefer to be a 'roomer' and 'eat out.'
He's about the highest payin' roomer I have and I did think he was permanent.
“I understand you have a roomer here,” began Detective Fuller.
Theres a roomer around that we got off at the wrong stashun.
On the day after the arrival of the roomer, Harriet Kennedy came down to breakfast a little late.
Mrs. Ernestine Jacques very soon became devoted to her roomer, Mildred Latham.
There is a roomer on the floor below that has got a little girl who will come in and kinda look after Billy when I am out.
"one who hires a room," 1871, agent noun from room (v.).