housemate housemate


  • (n) someone who resides in the same house with you


  1. His previous housemate, Maureen Salazar, 54, is a single woman who three years ago decided to leave the corporate world to pursue life as an artist.
  2. American Amanda Knox, accused of killing her British housemate two years ago, listens to questions during her trial in Perugia, Italy Amanda Knox is a riddle.
  3. That's quite a jump from her first rambunctious appearance, in 2002, as a housemate on the reality-TV show Big Brother.


  1. Mom tossed off bridge a clone, son says

    An Albuquerque man who stabbed and beat his mother and her male housemate before throwing her off a bridge over the Rio Grande Tuesday told police his television told him they both were clones.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: KRQE & KASA FOX 2 Albuquerque

  2. 'Real World: Portland': Tensions Rise in the House (Exclusive Video)

    THR debuts a heated confrontation between housemates from Wednesday's episode. read more        
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter


  1. Sienna said: "My housemate Rhys bought me a broomstick because he thinks I'm a witch. It's a cute little white one. I love it!"
    on Oct 30, 2007 By: Sienna Miller Source: Monsters and

  2. Goody tells Shetty: "You're not some princess in f***ing Neverland. You're not some princess here. You're a normal housemate like everybody else. Everybody else."
    on Jan 18, 2007 By: Jade Goody Source:

  3. "When I got inside, her housemate was in the lounge watching TV. I said to her let's go outside because I was not comfortable talking to her while the housemate was in the house," Vilakazi said.
    on Nov 25, 2005 By: Benedict Wallet Vilakazi Source: Daily News (subscription)

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