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  • n. Plural form of hallmate.


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  • I remember some of my hallmates making fun of me with my vacuum and furniture polish on the weekends.

    Contentment At Home

  • The blonde stood unaware, gabbing into her phone while all six of my hallmates stared at her hardened nipples, which were poking through her shirt like a pair of Cupid's arrows.

    Kevin Roose: Celebrating Valentine's Day at Jerry Falwell's College

  • Sensenbrenner has proposed legislation that would turn 12 million undocumented immigrants into felons, subject any adult selling a joint to a teenager to at least ten years in prison, and incarcerate college kids for failing to narc on their hallmates.

    GOPer Sensenbrenner: The Lesson In Ford's Death Is ... To Cut Spending

  • My hallmates in college unanimously thought a particular girl in the dorm was really hot.

    "(The brother and sister) met later in life and felt an inevitable attraction..."

  • There was a live 'band' three old menand a stern-looking woman reading out instructions on how to do the whole thing, but she might as well have been reading the Greek constitution for all the good it did my drunk hallmates.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • I had a chance to chat with one of my old freshman hallmates tonight too.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • Like nervousy and fumbly when we talk, since we're the two antisocial hermits here, and are so unused to randomly conversing with fellow hallmates.

    elephants Diary Entry

  • Callahan: A couple of our guys were hallmates of his freshman year.

    The Seattle Times

  • The team started out as friends and then eventually became hallmates in the same house.

    Site Home

  • As hallmates, Sam would visit Jake, who was often times found in his room working on various coding projects.

    Site Home


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