Examples of rooming house in a Sentence
After losing his job, he moved to a cheap rooming house.
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Leon Frazier was bleeding profusely from a stab wound when a visitor found him outside the West Park rooming house where Frazier lived, authorities said.
Across the street, a man raises his rifle in the narrow bathroom of a derelict rooming house and points it at King.
There Mack and Tessie Stewart Pride were raising Charley and 10 other children, eight boys and three girls, in a three-room house.
According to the Hungarian edition of Forbes, the Orbán family, which once lived in a one-room house in rural Hungary, now has a net worth of 23 million euros ($28.3 million), most of it earned since 2010.
The other rooming houses on three other streets, all owned by the same landlord, received minor fire damage.
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.
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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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