roomie or room·y [roo-mee, roo m-ee] ExamplesWord Origin noun Informal.
Origin of roomie An Americanism dating back to 1915–20; by shortening and alteration roomy 2[roo-mee, roo m-ee] noun, plural room·ies. Informal.
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She should have either kicked him out or dragged him around the house while she got her roomies out of bed.
British Dictionary definitions for roomies roomy adjective roomier or roomiest
- having ample room; spacious
Derived Formsroomily, adverbroominess, noun Word Origin and History for roomies roomy adj.
“roomsome,” 1620s, from(n.) + (2). Related: Roominess.