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  • n. Plural form of housemate.


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  • Apparently one of my housemates is a final year Economics student.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • As they continued to protest about food this evening, Big Brother called the housemates to the seating area.

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  • Talking of the human factor, our other 'housemates' - housemates being the analogy of choice here because the pastel pink Corner House is now being listened in on by religious zealot Kemp and his technical lackey just as avidly as many in the nation are now eavesdropping on Stephanie Beacham and Ivana Trump in CBB - are also undergoing something of a spiritual breakdown.

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  • Most of the housemates are away, but Andy is here, and has been lovely so far.

    New home

  • The Jordan lookalike reassured her that all the housemates were her friends and she need not to be concerned.

    HomePage - The Sun

  • Speculation has been rife about why Big Brother is calling housemates to the Diary Room.

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  • At around 2. 30pm, Corin returned from the Diary Room with a laminate and called the housemates to the sofas claiming she had "bad news".

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  • Big Brother had earlier called the housemates to the sofas at around 10. 45am after giving them a lie-in. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • After getting kicked out of what seems to be every bar in L.A., calling the housemates of this season of Breaking News

  • In reality television shows, complete strangers called housemates share accommodation for a prescribed period under strict supervision.

    Thisday Online


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