Definition of Dorm room
1. Noun. A large sleeping room containing several beds.
Generic synonyms: Bedchamber, Bedroom, Chamber, Sleeping Accommodation, Sleeping Room
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dorm Room
Literary usage of Dorm room
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Catalog of National ISDN Solutions for Selected NIUF ApplicationsComputers (1993)
"If each dorm room houses 3 students, one NI-1 BRI can serve two Dormitory ... Each dorm room TA uses one DN for Voice calls to and from the Room Phone. ..."
2. Adventure Guide by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"Each dorm room has two to six beds and a bathroom with shower. The reception desk is open 24 hours (no curfew), but there is a lockout from 10am to 4pm. ..."
3. The Practices and Procedures of the Investigating Services of the Deparment edited by Strom Thurmond (1998)
"Todd Weidensaul entered my son's room through the cracked opening in his dorm room window, as Airman Steve Ashburn did. Did the AFOSI ever investigate for ..."
4. New Zealand Adventure Guide by Bette Flagler (2005)
"... as cheap to book a twin or double room as it is to get two bunks in a dorm room. Holiday Parks are scattered around New Zealand and come under a few ..."
5. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"The one large dorm room will accommodate up to six and a fully equipped second-floor apartment comfortably accommodates four. ..."
6. Behind the Label: "Made in China" by Charles Kernaghan (1998)
"... fined for refusal/sometimes 16-hour shifts/ overtime premium is 2 cents an hour/12 workers to a dorm room/no work contract/no benefits/below subsistence ..."
7. Adventure Guide Scandinavia by Henrik Berezin (2006)
"A bed in the dorm room goes for 225 kr/$33 but, if there are two of you, you're better off taking a double room for 595 kr/$30 (prices include breakfast). ..."
8. One America Indivisible: A National Conversation on American Pluralism and by Sheldon Hackney (1999)
"These were matters of study and dorm-room arguments only, as the Civil Rights Movement had not yet begun, and there were ..."