pied-a-terre

[ pee-ey-duh-tair, -dah-, pyey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pied-a-terre

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Indeed, Dr. Lyschinski's was hardly more than a pied-a-terre for him: he never stayed long, and generally came unexpectedly.

Blakeney had more than one pied-a-terre in Paris, and never stayed longer than two or three days in any of these.