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  • as inhome
  • as ininstitute/institution
  • as ininstitution

synonyms for orphanage

  • apartment
  • cabin
  • condo
  • condominium
  • cottage
  • dormitory
  • dwelling
  • farm
  • hospital
  • house
  • hut
  • mansion
  • palace
  • place
  • residence
  • resort
  • shelter
  • trailer
  • abode
  • address
  • asylum
  • bungalow
  • castle
  • cave
  • co-op
  • diggings
  • digs
  • domicile
  • dump
  • fireside
  • flat
  • habitation
  • hangout
  • haunt
  • hearth
  • hideout
  • homestead
  • joint
  • manor
  • nest
  • pad
  • roof
  • roost
  • shanty
  • turf
  • villa
  • boarding house
  • commorancy
  • crash pad
  • hole in the wall
  • home plate
  • living quarters
  • parking place
  • rooming house
  • where the hat is
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      He spent some of his childhood in an orphanage, playing soccer as a way to dull the intense pain of loss, eventually taking up running at a school near Nairobi, where he was discovered by Loroupe.
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      Under the deed, control of both the chocolate company and the orphanage passed to individuals who sat on the board of Milton Hershey’s bank.
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      Movies may portray the typical adoption as a childless couple saving an unwanted baby from a crowded orphanage.
      THE BABY BROKERS: INSIDE AMERICA’S MURKY PRIVATE-ADOPTION INDUSTRYTIK ROOTJUNE 3, 2021TIME
      When he was nine months old, a Dutch couple adopted him from an orphanage, making Kaper one of about 1,100 children adopted from abroad to the Netherlands that year.
      DESPITE MIXED RESULTS, SOUTH ASIAN ADOPTEES TURN TO DNA TESTSBHAVYA DOREOCTOBER 20, 2020QUARTZ
      They are adopted children who spent part of their early life at an orphanage.
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      For decades, thousands of Romanian children had grown up in orphanages.
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      One-half of all income from my estate was to be paid to the church, the other half for orphanage entertainment.
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      She sold the Bartholomew house, entered you boys in the orphanage in January 1942.
      WARREN COMMISSION (11 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
      Your recollection is that your brother Lee was taken from the orphanage home before you and Robert were?
      WARREN COMMISSION (11 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
      The next time she came to the hospital, Kate had much to ask her about the Orphanage.
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