from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A roommate.
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- n. a roommate
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- n. an associate who shares a room with you
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We have teachers, students (my roomie is a freshman at Alverno), engineers, homemakers, crossing guards, lawyers, and activists. 25% of us don't affiliate with any major party.
The past two nights, my roomie has been my cousin.
I know my roomie is a good person, he just really seems so one-dimensional.
Being able to come here with my roomie is the purrrfect way to complete week one of my hellish double header.
Today marks Megan I usually refer to her as "roomie" on here and my 6 year anniversary of friendship.
Her "roomie," Johnny Weir, had taken the room with the bigger bathroom, the one with the tub.
He and 'roomie' Simon Wiles penned it together last night.
His Molineux "roomie" was goalkeeper Mike Stowell, who was another who spent yesterday in quiet reflection at the sad news of his old pal.
Maybe his 'roomie' will catch wind of why the scumbag is in there. "
He's made terrific music almost non-stop since then I enjoyed tormenting my dour Pink Floyd-head college roomie with "Housequake," and recently I've been revisiting Musicology, and -- setlists available elsewhere -- you name the hit, he played the living hell out of it during his recent run.