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  • n. Plural form of cabinmate.


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  • As we looked out at these rusting carcasses, my cabinmates began talking about the railroad, and what it said about their societies.

    The Next Empire

  • I clambered aboard and, after a brief confusion over seating assignments, settled with my three cabinmates into a tight little space with twin bunk beds along both walls and a table in the middle.

    The Next Empire

  • The Chicago-based airline NASDAQ: UAUA says it receives hundreds of complaints each year from passengers who are squeezed by their extra-wide cabinmates.

    United Airlines Making Extra-Wide Passengers Buy Two Seats | Impact Lab

  • As we abuy tickets, John & Edwin, my cabinmates from Indiana walk up so we hung out with them for while.

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  • Most of our cabinmates are already awake, and farting.

    Slate Magazine

  • Despite their appalling taste in television, however, my cabinmates were very kind, all four of them (two seemed to be saving funds by squeezing themselves into one narrow berth). TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • The German students started talking to each other about their cabinmates, saying things that were not entirely complimentary.

    The Old New Thing

  • Afterwards, Ms Brimble climbed into bed with one of Mr Wilhelm's cabinmates, Letterio | Top Stories


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