Synonyms for play house
- be roommates with
- have relations
- live illegally
- live with
- room together
- shack up
- share address
- take up housekeeping
Antonyms for play house
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAY HOUSE
"Mamma said I might have them to play house with," answered Susey, with flashing eyes.
She never seemed to want to "play house" as do most girls of her age.
He could play house, and they had such delightful books to read.
"Let's play house afire and climb from the roof by the ladder," said Florence.
Who does not remember when to "play house" was their chief of plays?
It was a very large kennel, so that the two children often crept into it to "play house."
We played marbles, ridin' de stick hoss, an' play house jes lak de chullun do now days, but I think we had mo' fun.
I remebers that me and some other lil gals had a play house, but when they came nigh I got skeered.
He paused as he reached the children's play house and took a furtive survey of the place.
The children who at seven are quite content to play house soon pass into the stage where they wish to see results from their work.