room together


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room together

[for two or more people] to share a room, as in a college dormitory. Sarah and I roomed together in college. We don't want to room together anymore.
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So they came into the room together, anti clustered round Grandfather's great chair.
Levin heard exclamations on all sides, and he moved into the big room together with the others, all hurrying somewhere and afraid of missing something.
He held out his hand to Monty and they left the room together.
After supper, and another social chat and smoke, we went to our room together.
He was directly invited to join their party, but he declined it, observing that he could imagine but two motives for their choosing to walk up and down the room together, with either of which motives his joining them would interfere.
The Sub-Warden rose with alacrity, and the two left the room together.
They passed down the room together a few moments later, the Marchioness wonderfully dressed in a gown of strange turquoise blue, looking up at her companion, and talking with somewhat unusual animation.
Medlock knocked at a door, and when some one said, "Come in," they entered the room together.
To her infinite relief--to Julian's secret disappointment--Lady Janet Roy and Horace Holmcroft entered the room together.
The three men entered the fatal room together, while the horror-stricken butler followed at their heels, closing the door behind him to shut out the terrible scene from the maid servants.
Tom," she said, when they were out of their father's room together, "we
Although it was a very plain one, Ada and Richard were for some minutes both out of the room together helping to get ready what we were to eat and drink.
At the door she glanced back instinctively at Rachel, expecting that as two of the same sex they would leave the room together.
At this moment Gania and Ptitsin entered the room together, and Nina Alexandrovna immediately became silent again.
Even when--as it happened once or twice--both the servants left the room together he remained carefully natural, industriously hungry, laboriously at his ease, as though he had wanted to cheat the black oak sideboard, the heavy curtains, the stiff-backed chairs, into the belief of an unstained happiness.