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noun as in companion

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This is especially true if you have to share a room with a roommate.

In Lee’s apartment, she and her roommates established a kitchen schedule and set firm rules about who was allowed into the communal spaces.

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I was lucky to be making decent money so young but the truth is I could just barely afford it with a roommate.

After learning Nichols’s career goal, Hurley introduced her to his college roommate Kevin Eastman, an assistant coach for the Clippers at the time.

After the Terrapins returned home from Wisconsin, Graham’s parents met their son’s roommates and coaches.

But it appears no charges have been brought against the roommate.

Ultimately Seevakumaran only pointed a gun at his roommate, who locked himself in a bedroom and called 911.

Seevakumaran uploaded six videos to YouTube on March 17, just hours before he would threaten his roommate and commit suicide.

With unexpected help from her transgender roommate, Regal finds the strength to put her life back together.

He called his college roommate, Sam Yam, who immediately got to coding; within months, their website, Patreon, was launched.

I did not expect you would accept me for a roommate, after what had happened, but you did.

Scarcely had we settled ourselves, each with his roommate, than the two weeks' revival began.

Harry looked into his roommate's face, and saw that Frank Merriwell was aroused at last.

Suddenly Frank's roommate arose, and, with two swift steps, he was at the man's side.

As Amy 59 hastily lighted the candle on the little table at the side of the bed, she turned a perturbed face on her roommate.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to roommate, such as: friend, mate, bedfellow, bunkmate, flatmate, and roomie.

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