rampasture

[ ram-pas-cher ]
/ ˈræmˌpæs tʃər /

noun Canadian.

a room in a boarding or lodging house used as a communal dormitory for unmarried men.
a large attic room.

Nearby words

  1. rampageous,
  2. rampageously,
  3. rampancy,
  4. rampant,
  5. rampart,
  6. ramphal,
  7. ramphele,
  8. rampike,
  9. rampion,
  10. rampur

Origin of rampasture

First recorded in 1910–15; ram1 + pasture

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