Examples of dormitory in a Sentence
Guests at the camp can stay in private cabins or for a smaller fee in the dormitories.
Recent Examples of dormitory from the Web
It was subsequently used as a school dormitory; folk singer Pete Seeger lived in the dorm between 1927 and 1929.
Universities sponsor separate orientations, dormitories, and commencements for identity groups.
Fourteen identical beds and chairs in the dormitory.
So if warm, sandy beaches outside the dormitories are a selling point, University of West Florida is a serviceable university to attend.
At dusk each evening, Carlos stood outside the men’s dormitory washing one of his only two shirts with one hand.
Needless to say, my brown-skinned color bra didn’t really come out that great, and I was left with a mess in the dormitory bathroom.
The world’s attention, however, has been focused on just 276 of those victims: the young women whose fate became a global concern after they were kidnapped from their boarding-school dormitory in Chibok on the night of April 14, 2014.
Writer/composer Jacob Surovsky, 19, has created a fun, if uneven, score for this wacky hourlong story of four friends fighting off a monster that haunts the halls of their college dormitory.
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Origin and Etymology of dormitory
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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