- a building, as at a college, containing a number of private or semiprivate rooms for residents, usually along with common bathroom facilities and recreation areas.
- a room containing a number of beds and serving as communal sleeping quarters, as in an institution, fraternity house, or passenger ship.
- He said dormitories at the 13,000-student school also weathered the challenge.
- Just as Shahra was preparing to build the farm—Sekaran left the company earlier this year—Singaporean officials discovered a cluster of covid-19 cases in one of the country’s cramped worker dormitories.
- The BIE, which serves about 8% of Native students across the country, directly operates about a third of the 180 schools and dormitories in its system.
- At the end of his workday, Suga returns to his quarters in a modest dormitory for legislators and, before turning in, does 100 more sit-ups.
- There was a classic study that took over an entire dormitory and tried to see who would become friends with whom.
- The dormitory has since been converted into a small chapel, filled with polished wooden stools and a statue of Mary in the corner.
- The one band that blasted out of dormitory windows onto grassy quadrangles in the snooty Northeast, no matter what, was REM.
- Ginsberg had become annoyed that the woman the university employed to clean dormitory rooms never washed the window in his room.
- Ironically, Dick Cheney lived in that same dormitory decades later.
- Some have even been at the dormitory during the fall term looking for him.
- She was speaking to Alicia Livingstone in the dormitory, changing at the same time for a "turn" at the hospital.
- Such was the temptation which assailed the other boys in dormitory Number 7; and Eric among the number.
- The first time that Eric heard indecent words in dormitory Number 7, he was shocked beyond bound or measure.
- Why, you must be the girl who wrote a picture play to help build a dormitory for your school!
- If the former erects a handsome dormitory, the latter must have one larger and finer.