Examples of rooming house in a Sentence
After losing his job, he moved to a cheap rooming house.
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For instance, a man who allegedly shot and killed another man at a northwest Atlanta rooming house was captured last Tuesday by the U.S. Marshals Southern Regional Task Force.
Her daily earnings from selling porridge, equivalent to 50 cents, are barely enough to buy food for her family, or pay rent on their one-room house.
The end came about 10:30 yesterday morning at St. Alphonsus Hospital, where he was taken Monday, after being found near to death in the rear of a rooming house on Idaho Street.
Police are looking for two people who opened fire on a northwest Atlanta rooming house late Monday and killed one of the residents.
After the 2010 earthquake, Jean Ronald Cherisier was fortunate to take ownership of a one-room house with a concrete floor, wooden walls and a metal roof.
The family shared a small one-room house, with the yaks and other animals sleeping downstairs.
Another Phud, Loren Cobb, had moved to a rooming house on Eddy Street with eight others, six of them Phuds.
Deputies arrested Granger, 53, who lived at a rooming house at 5134 SW 18th St. in West Park, on Tuesday afternoon.
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ROOMING HOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rooming house for English Language Learners
: a house where rooms with furniture are rented to people to live in
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