Definition of "rooming-house" []

  • A house having self-contained furnished rooms or flats for renting (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "rooming-house" in a sentence
  • "A wise move, as it turned out, for when I woke in the rooming-house my stiletto had disappeared, but the Tranter was still in place."
  • "O'BRIEN: Ray had parked his Mustang here below the upstairs rooming-house when he moved in."
  • "We ended up taking a tab of acid and moving from the four-star hotel to a local rooming-house hotel that was one star away from being a ghetto."