or board·ing house
noun, plural board·ing·hous·es [bawr-ding-hou-ziz, bohr-]. /ˈbɔr dɪŋˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈboʊr-/.
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Example sentences from the Web for boardinghouse
He had a large room at a fashionable boardinghouse, and he paid fourteen dollars a week.Literary Friends And Acquaintances|William Dean Howells
These remarks of Dijen Babu, my roommate at the Panthi boardinghouse, were called forth by my invitation that he meet my guru.
In one hand I would carry an offering for my guru-a few flowers from the garden of my Panthi boardinghouse.
The other time Eliphalet spoke was to ask Mr. Barbo to direct him to a boardinghouse.The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
They are a fine old couple, and I don't like to think of them herding with Freshmen in a shine boardinghouse.The Red Cross Girl|Richard Harding Davis