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roomer

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noun room·er \ˈrü-mər, ˈru̇-\

Simple Definition of roomer

  • : a person who pays rent to live in a house with its owner

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of roomer

  1. :  one who occupies a rented room in another's house

Examples of roomer in a sentence

  1. <the new owners took in roomers to help pay for the house>



Circa 1871

First Known Use of roomer

circa 1871

Rhymes with roomer

bloomer, Bloomer, boomer, groomer, humor, rumor, Sumer, tumor


ROOMER Defined for Kids

roomer

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noun room·er \ˈrü-mər, ˈru̇-\

Definition of roomer for Students

  1. :  lodger





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