Examples of apartment in a Sentence
We lived in an apartment for several years before buying a house.
a spacious six-room apartment that occupies the entire upper floor of a two-family house
Recent Examples of apartment from the Web
Now Lives In a four-bedroom apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn, with roommates.
In his past, Trump and his father, Fred, were accused of discrimination against blacks and Puerto Ricans in renting their New York apartments.
Cowards daubed swastikas on her car and in the lift in her apartment block.
Picciolo worked with local veterans groups to secure cash donations to purchase items to help furnish apartments for 17 veterans who recently moved in.
Joseph Martin received multiple gunshot wounds at an apartment in the 2400 block of Ripley Street, according to a news release from the Lake County Coroner's office.
Just 45 minutes after leaving Brooklyn court on June 27, where his fraud trial is taking place, Shkreli was live on Facebook from his Manhattan apartment.
The first year, the Esposito family rented an apartment in Manhattan rather than let the 12-year-old live alone in the school’s Lincoln Center dormitory.
One resident on hand was Judy Lenger, who moved into one of the apartments in April.
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Origin and Etymology of apartment
French appartement, from Italian appartamento
First Known Use: 1641See Words from the same year
APARTMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apartment for English Language Learners
: a usually rented room or set of rooms that is part of a building and is used as a place to live
: a large and impressive room or set of rooms
APARTMENT Defined for Kids
Definition of apartment for Students
: a room or set of rooms rented as a home
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