Recent Examples of roommate from the Web
Most of the women running departments were big, husky, fat women, like Sushila [Ma Yoga Sushila, who for a long time was the top Rajneesh fund-raiser, and who was also Sarah T.’s roommate in Pune], says Smith.
Left back Carson Pickett – who is also Nairn’s roommate – is the model in most of the photos that showcase the store’s shirts.
Bardwell also said that Leroy Sadecki, Susan’s roommate at the time, did not speak with police.
Two other children, ages 8 and 10, were also allegedly inside the apartment during the arrest Friday, but belonged to Patrick’s roommate.
Childhood friend Max Hangartner played on that title team and later became Scholl’s roommate at USD.
On Saturday, Manley refused to classify either of Mark Anthony Conditt’s roommates as a suspect.
Wide receiver Shelton Gibson was Worley’s freshman roommate.
Hikes are no longer just hikes, said Poon's roommate, Terranova Tasker.
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ROOMMATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roommate for English Language Learners
: a person who shares a room, apartment, or house with someone else
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