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such as house. On this page you can see how to spell house. Also,
for some words, you can find their
definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
fly-by-night operation, firm, mill, shoestring operation, Monopolies, megacorp.
concern, firm, organization, corporation, partnership, outfit, company.
roadhouse, honkytonk, rotundas, dice joint, clubhouse, betting house, honky-tonk, gambling den, rotunda, honky tonk, dance hall, pool hall, track, big store, clubhouses, roadhouses.
folks, line, family tree, kin, kindred, tribe, tradition, household, race, dynasty, clan, stock, lineage, folk, menage.
government body, sometimes elected, responsible for laws
legislature, commons, congress, legislative body, council, parliament.
motor inn, fleabag, Auberge, hostel.
domiciliate, chateau, abode, cottage, star sign, dwelling, sign of the zodiac, household, theatre, lodging, domicile, homestead, sign, put up, firm, cabin, mansion, Casa, theater, planetary house, residence, home, condominium, castle, hacienda, habitation, villa, quarters, menage, business firm, bungalow.
house of worship
diggings, shanty, pad, abode, flat, crib, hole in the wall, rack, apartment, dwelling, building, home plate, turf, den, home, mansion, lean-to, condo, bullpen, domicile, pigsty, edifice, condominium, crash pad, habitation, homestead, flophouse, joint, Commorancy, roof, pigpen, roost, shack, digs, dump, coop, box, residence, co-op, layout, cave, kennel, castle, residency, pied-à-terre, cubbyhole, setup.
Proprietaries, freehold, proprietary, possessorship, realty, realties.
dorm, cantonments, tent, cantonment, dorms.
schoolhouse, edifice, pile of bricks.
colonize, lodge, dwell, stay, squat, quarter, inhabit, reside, billet, occupy, roost.
Examples of usage:
– Landolin by Berthold Auerbach
– The Garden Of Allah by Robert Hichens
– A Frontier Mystery by Bertram Mitford
– Floyd Grandon's Honor by Amanda Minnie Douglas
– The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade