Examples of housemate in a Sentence
In college, she lived in a house off campus with five housemates.
The TV belongs to my housemate.
Recent Examples of housemate from the Web
The Los Angeles County Democrat initially pledged to fight the effort, but ultimately resigned rather than face the firing squad recruited by his old housemate, Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León.
One of the responding deputies, who had fled Cobb's gunfire, reached the bottom area of the staircase and turned back toward the stairs with his gun drawn, then fired, striking Cobb's housemate.
The vlogger lives with others of his profession in the seven bedroom, nine bathroom home, but the housemates assumed that the intruder was just Paul coming home and did not go down to check.
Triggerman Chris Brashear, who was Whitaker’s housemate, pleaded guilty to murder and took a life sentence, while the getaway driver — neighbor Steve Champagne — agreed to a 15-year plea deal.
Triggerman Chris Brashear, Whitaker's housemate, pleaded guilty to murder and took a life sentence, while the getaway driver - neighbor Steve Champagne - agreed to a 15-year plea deal.
Why not a pink electric Moke for your Hamptons housemates?
From the accounts given by Harris and two housemates (Graves’ version is redacted on the arrest report): Never miss a local story.
These housemates only coexist for so long, and the following morning, a new arrival disrupts the peace entirely.
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First Known Use of housemate
HOUSEMATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of housemate for English Language Learners
: a person who lives in the same house with another person but is not a part of that person's family
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