roomer

noun
room·​er | \ ˈrü-mər How to pronounce roomer (audio) , ˈru̇-\

Definition of roomer

: one who occupies a rented room in another's house

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Synonyms & Antonyms for roomer

Synonyms

boarder, lessee, lodger, renter, tenant

Antonyms

landlord, lessor, letter

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Examples of roomer in a Sentence

the new owners took in roomers to help pay for the house

First Known Use of roomer

1859, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of roomer was in 1859

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roomer

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English Language Learners Definition of roomer

US : a person who pays rent to live in a house with its owner

roomer

noun
room·​er | \ ˈrü-mər How to pronounce roomer (audio) , ˈru̇-\

Kids Definition of roomer

: lodger

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