Examples of seatmate in a Sentence
My seatmate on the flight to Rome was very friendly.
Recent Examples of seatmate from the Web
Markus Anderson, who was reportedly one of the people who set up Markle and Harry on their first blind date (and her seatmate at the Invictus Games), organized the shower.
Previously, her front-row fashion show seatmates have included Oprah Winfrey, David Beckham and Kim Kardashian.
And while Holmes's outfit had a sporty touch, the actress’s seatmate and Golden Globe winner for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Rachel Brosnahan, showed off a more tweedy aesthetic with feminine undertones.
Just like my seatmate who could speak Spanish to the frail, blind traveler on the plane.
As a result, airline passengers who grope their seatmates without their consent may walk off a plane and never face consequences for their actions.
Then, as the flight readied for take off, the intoxicated seatmate exposed himself began urinating, aiming the stream at Card's leg.
When the wheels touched down at JFK, my seatmate did a double-take looking at his watch.
Almost one third, or 29 percent, of those who found themselves next to a plus-size passenger asked that either they or the seatmate be relocated.
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First Known Use of seatmate
SEATMATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seatmate for English Language Learners
: a person who sits next to you on a bus, airplane, etc.
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