room with

room with (one)

To share a bedroom in a house, hotel, dormitory, etc., with one. I was planning on rooming with my best friend when we started college, but then I found out that he had rented an apartment by himself. I'm rooming with Janet when we travel to Las Vegas to keep our costs down a bit.
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room with someone

to share a room with someone, as in college. I need someone to room with me next year. No one wants to room with Kelly.
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References in classic literature ?
She had heard him more than once lock something up in one of the rooms, come out and go into another room, wait there a few minutes, then return to the first room with his keys in his hand, and sharply turn the locks and turn them again.
There must have been two dozen of the shadow people, invented by the child-mind of Enoch Robinson, who lived in the room with him.
She sat there in the room with me and she was too big for the room.
So they passed through the Palace Gates and were led into a big room with a green carpet and lovely green furniture set with emeralds.
It was a big, round room with a high arched roof, and the walls and ceiling and floor were covered with large emeralds set closely together.
This hotel had already reached that stage, and the soldier in a filthy uniform smoking in the entry, supposed to stand for a hall-porter, and the cast-iron, slippery, dark, and disagreeable staircase, and the free and easy waiter in a filthy frock coat, and the common dining room with a dusty bouquet of wax flowers adorning the table, and filth, dust, and disorder everywhere, and at the same time the sort of modern up-to-date self-complacent railway uneasiness of this hotel, aroused a most painful feeling in Levin after their fresh young life, especially because the impression of falsity made by the hotel was so out of keeping with what awaited them.
In a little dirty room with the painted panels of its walls filthy with spittle, and conversation audible through the thin partition from the next room, in a stifling atmosphere saturated with impurities, on a bedstead moved away from the wall, there lay covered with a quilt, a body.
It consists of an expansive living room with direct park views, a massive chef's kitchen that opens to the dining area, three bedrooms with an abundance of custom closets, home office, two renovated full baths, washer/dryer unit and a five-ton central air conditioning unit.
As Gray pointed out, high school strength programs once consisted of a coach or someone unqualified who would sit in an office or monitor a weight room with sub-standard equipment.
First replace the colour you think is right, try it in the room with the things that will go with it to see if you can live with it.
One facility changed the character of the bathing room with the addition of frilly curtains [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Sitting regally on the highest peak, the villa offers four separate bedrooms with baths off the four corners of a huge, oblong main room with a skylight.
And though the would-be occupants weren't envisioning a room with such limited audiovisual "vision," they too were behind the times; they were grounded in a 1980s or early '90s approach, Bronson learned.