Definition of dorm
Examples of dorm in a Sentence
We all lived in the same dorm during our sophomore year.
Recent Examples of dorm from the Web
The 19-year-old sophomore took her own life in her dorm room on Jan. 9.
Perfect road trip: On the way to move your kids into their college dorms.
Fifteen years before this comeback Young settled into another dorm room, this one on Texas’s campus.
Just two officers were assigned to the dorm, which housed 139 inmates, Corrections Director Bryan Stirling told lawmakers in April.
Brandon Banks, a former Vanderbilt University football player, has been found guilty of one count each of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery for his role in the assault of an unconscious woman in a dorm room four years ago.
Brandon E. Banks was guilty in the rape of an unconscious woman in a Vanderbilt University dorm four years ago.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys presented their closing arguments Thursday in the trial of Brandon Banks, one of four players charged with assaulting an unconscious female student in a dorm room in 2013.
Security employees, managers, assistant coaches, fellow students and most importantly, Billy Minardi’s children, and my nephews, all lived in that dorm.
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DORM Defined for Kids
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