Definition of housemate
: a person who lives in the same house with another
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
Convicted last year of misdemeanor assault, Caril was arrested a week before Pimentel’s death on another misdemeanor for allegedly assaulting his housemate and was released from jail the following day, charging papers say.
Ellen's housemates in her recovery program represent a range of body types.
One of her housemates gives her a tranquillizer and puts her to bed.
Patrick McDonald, a housemate on Logo’s reality series based in the popular gay summer destination sure hopes so.
Juan Guajardo, 41, is accused of killing his cousin and housemate Manuel Alaniz and seriously injuring Alaniz's brother Ignacio Alaniz-Hernandez during a 2014 altercation following a night of heavy drinking.
On Jan. 31, one of the housemates told Baricevic that the mold and mildew problem in the garage was getting worse, but Baricevic didn’t do anything in response, the suit claims.
The suit claims that the four housemates agreed to pay $2,030 a month in rent starting last October.
At some point in the early morning hours of Oct. 14, Alison and one of her housemates, Nicole De La Pena, decided to smoke crack cocaine.
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First Known Use of housemate
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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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