roommate

[room-meyt, room-]
noun
a person who is assigned to share or shares a room or apartment with another or others.

Origin:
1780–90, Americanism; room + mate1

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roommate (ˈruːmˌmeɪt, ˈrʊm-)
 
n
a person with whom one shares a room or lodging

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Example sentences
My overuse of apologies once caused my roommate to unintentionally fling me on
  the floor of a restaurant.
He called me in the middle of the night rambling about his roommate stalking
  and wanting to harm him.
Everything seemed fine until he lunged at both the vet and her roommate.
He was playing video games in the morning, according to a roommate.
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