bunk together

bunk (up) together

To share a room, bed, or other sleeping space with another person. You two will need to bunk together because we weren't able to reserve enough hotel rooms for everyone. I'll never forget the motley crew I bunked up together with at camp that summer.
See also: bunk, together
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bunk (up) together

[for two or more people] to share a bed, a bedroom, or a tent. Shall we bunk together? My tent is big and you can bunk up with me.
See also: bunk, together
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Later, Banjo resumed his banter by involving housemate Gino Roque, saying they should bunk together.
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When Brennan moves into the Doback house and Dale refuses to move the inevitable drum set out of the one spare room, the two are forced to bunk together, becoming antagonists and fellow sleepwalkers.
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That movie character and the venerable vampire hunter Van Helsing wouldn't know each other if they shared a bunk together in Dracula's castle.
They ended up with the short straw and had to bunk together in the cramped aft cabin, damp from storing the sails.
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But Sophie and I worked out you can both get into a bunk together with a tight squeeze.