Examples of rooming house in a Sentence
After losing his job, he moved to a cheap rooming house.
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Among the unsavory characters who found refuge in 1934 at 334 Riverside, which by then had been renovated into a rooming house, was the book’s title character — Bernard (Bennie the Bum) McMahon.
Clara first bought the five-room house, including the kitchen and bathroom, for $3,000 in 1994.
Detectives said the shooting happened a little after 7 a.m. inside a rooming house in Eatonville, Florida.
Officials from the Department of Licenses and Inspections last week issued a zoning violation to the property owner for running a rooming house.
Local newspaper coverage of his death reminded readers of his 1905 visit, that brought well-wishers from all over the state to fill the hotels and rooming houses of San Antonio.
Sitrick and his two younger brothers grew up in a nondescript five-room house on a narrow lot on the South Side of Chicago.
The kitchen has been updated with stainless-steel appliances and the bonus room house has a swank bar.
That section of the room housed editions of journals by the adventurer Captain James Cook, which escaped damage, McClure said.
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