roomie

[roo-mee, room-ee]
noun Informal.
Also, roomy.


Origin:
1915–20, Americanism; by shortening and alteration

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He's also the only roomie to have clean laundry consistently.
My roomie suddenly started eating raw, unpealed potatoes during her pregnancy.
My roomie found a hole in the congestion and immediately traversed the traffic.
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