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  • v. To live as roommates; to live together in the same room.


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  • She and Taylor Bell used to room together back in the day.


  • The combined aftermath of pallid soup, of the goose that was undoubtedly the victim of Ernie‚Äôs spleen and of Queen Pudding lingered in the cold room together with the delicate memory of a superb red wine.

    Death of a Fool

  • On his way home he stopped to see Bristow Wilson, at the mill, and the two went into the little room together and sat down on the low bench by the fire, where the subject was carefully talked over.

    John and Mary; or, The Fugitive Slaves, a Tale of South-Eastern Pennsylvania

  • And if so, you would have been asked whether you actually saw Miss Dawson write her signature, and whether you and your sister and Miss Dawson were all in the same room together when you signed your names as witnesses.

    Unnatural Death

  • They could barely be in the same room together without fogging up windows.

    Captivated by the Tycoon


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