dorm

[ UK /dˈɔːm/ ]
[ US /ˈdɔɹm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a college or university building containing living quarters for students
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How To Use dorm In A Sentence

  • Instead, I was stuck in my little dorm room, answering the phone every time it rang in case it was Clay.
  • And that is exactly why I say "intelligence" in the context of ID is a dormitive principle: Bunny and a Book
  • I'm not sure what Laurie from Manly Dorm might be referring to as hate mongering (although I see that talking about secession is divisive), but I'd like to point out it's not hateful to say the Bush administration is antidemocratic, plutocratic and militarily adventuristic. American Coastopia!
  • Kirkland is a lovely city nestled on Lake Washington, with views of the water, the Seattle skyline, and of course Mount Rainier, which is by far the area's most impressive and hopefully most dormant volcano. Archive 2007-10-01
  • I just stayed the dorm to around and shoot the breeze with a couple of friends.
  • It was not unknown for an unexploded portion of an old charge to remain dormant but active for years under such conditions.
  • Dormant until today, the Olympic tennis stadium suddenly erupted when the Greek heroine came from a set down to gain momentum in the second session.
  • In the spirit of the colonial revival, they replaced the Victorian era mansard roof with a hip roof with dormers, removed the two-story service wing, replaced windows and doors, and restored or embellished interior woodwork.
  • Reducing environmental noise while one is trying to sleep can be particularly challenging - especially in university dormitories.
  • The foundation, which helps make the dreams of poorly boys and girls come true, arranged for Chloe to meet some dolphins at an aquarium in Benidorm.
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