A term used to describe a non-live-in sexual partner w/out publicly admitting a committed relation. Similar to room-mate w/ the exception that each partner maintains a separate residence, generally w/in close proximity to each other. Commonly used at bars when attempting to gain a new sexual partner when questioned about a current one. Used by both men and women, most commonly heard in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Sorry I missed your call.. i was having diner w/ my neighbor.
OMG, so I've been hanging out w/ my neighbor, and he just asked if I'd be his room-mate!
I can't go out to night, I'm going to the movies w/ my neighbor.
Oh.. she's just my neighbor.
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