bedsit

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Synonyms for bedsit

a furnished sitting room with sleeping accommodations (and some plumbing)

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The 17th century showpiece chapel has been unchanged since 1742, and is still in regular use, although the bedsitters showed serious signs of overall decay.
I left after six; and for many years afterwards in England, falling asleep in bedsitters with the electric fire on, I had been awakened by the nightmare that I was back in tropical Trinidad.
At that time more young women were leaving home to move into bedsitters and therefore taking control of their own lives.
Sally Davies, development manager for housing at Newport Council, said: "The majority of long-term voids are sheltered flats or bedsitters.
The four-star hotel, adjoining the bTine baths, was earlier this year the subject of a scheme to convert part of the premises into flats and bedsitters for single people.
The Middle Passage is evidently an expression of the man who suffers, the man, that is, who recounts that for many years in England, "falling asleep in bedsitters with the electric fire on, I had been awakened by the nightmare that I was back in tropical Trinidad" (43).
I telephoned the police who asked me why no-one else had complained and I realised in that particular street there were no families left, only students or other bedsitters.