Definition of roomer in English:


Line breaks: room¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈruːmə
, ˈrʊmə


North American
A lodger occupying a room without board.
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  • All tenancies of units shall be in writing and a copy must be filed with the management office. No roomers or boarders are permitted.
  • In a community with two universities, it is not unreasonable to think that she would take in one or more roomers and earn an additional sum, say $350 for eight months of the year, or approximately $250 a month annually.

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