- a room or a group of related rooms, among similar sets in one building, designed for use as a dwelling.
- a building containing or made up of such rooms.
- any separated room or group of rooms in a house or other dwelling: We heard cries from an apartment at the back of the house.
- apartments, British. a set of rooms used as a dwelling by one person or one family.
set of rooms for rent
- Police also reportedly mistook Taylor’s car, which was parked outside her apartment that night, as the drug dealer’s car, according to the lawsuit.
- On top of the cost of filters, lower-end homes or apartments may have more leaks around windows and doors that let in contaminants.
- The collapsible option makes it great for space conscious rooms or in smaller apartments and dorms.
- A “target area” could be a park, an apartment complex or the bulk of the entire city.
- It’s not easy working from home with kids, or being alone in your apartment.
- He was born in an apartment above the grocery store owned by his immigrant parents in South Jamaica, Queens.
- “Bodegas, private residences, apartment buildings, you name it,” the investigator says.
- At 24, I slipped on the ice outside of my Michigan apartment.
- Magazines are the only thing in my apartment that qualify as clutter.
- And there are a few nice things buried beneath the rubble that I could use in my apartment.
- To the invitation to precede him she readily responded, and, with a bow to the Seneschal, she began to walk across the apartment.
- The others stood silent till they heard the outer door of the apartment close behind him.
- It was a large square apartment, very lofty and very naked-looking.
- With which magnanimous sentiment he turned on his clumsy heel, and entered his apartment again.
- In a few minutes he was alone, in a magnificent apartment, where every tranquillizing luxury invited to repose.