American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A dormitory.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To slumber; doze.
- n. A slumber; a doze.
- n. dormitory
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. College slang. a dormitory.
- n. a college or university building containing living quarters for students
- Shortening of dormitory (Wiktionary)
“Were Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei (the students who live-streamed Tyler Clementi's in dorm sexual encounter) having fun or trying to hurt Tyler?”
“It may have been universally panned by critics, but I predict it has a future as a cult classic shown in dorm rooms everywhere.”
“Mini-refrigerators and microwaves in dorm rooms are as essential as laptops.”
“My twin uncles were about to graduate from Kent that Spring and were walking back from to their dorm from the Art School when the shooting happened.”
“Â My twin uncles were about to graduate from Kent that Spring and were walking back from to their dorm from the Art School when the shooting happened.”
“Pacific briefs: Kadena probes death of airman found in dorm”
“One exception is the metal Harvard frame — common in dorm rooms and bach pads — which requires a bed skirt for obvious reasons.”
“I'm not sure if y'all can tell by now, but I dislike living in dorm rooms.”
“Obviously, if only one dorm is open, most students are elsewhere anyway.”
“When he came out after the militia had left, friends and classmates lay unconscious in dorm rooms and hallways, many with chest wounds from being stabbed or bloody faces from blows to their heads, he said.”
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