house

[ noun, adjective hous; verb houz ]SEE DEFINITION OF house

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOUSE

Why, at that fellow's house he gives you that claret wine as warm as soup.

"I have heard that she remains at the house where Phidias died," rejoined Plato.

Her house is the only one in all Greece where women are allowed to be present at entertainments.

The boys possessed two uncles, one on each side of the house.

Well, he don't appear to be here; I'll go round to the back part of the house.

That evening, the lawyer called at the house of the superintendent.

But the house and the town grated harshly now upon the young man.

Then for the summer we'll go to Newport, and when we come back from there we'll take a house.

He drove first to the Milbrey house, on the chance that she might be at home.

At any rate, if the lady of the house objected to it, it could return with Mistress Randall.

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