Definition Of house

verb

(of an animal or plant) kept in, frequenting, or infesting buildings.

The study also showed that rather than living in hutches, four out of 10 pet rabbits were house rabbits.

a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people.

Real foxes do, indeed, sometimes make their homes under human houses and, increasingly in this country at any rate, under city homes.

a building in which people meet for a particular activity.

a house of prayer

a legislative or deliberative assembly.

the sixty-member National Council, the country's upper house

a style of popular dance music typically using synthesized drum and bass lines, sparse repetitive vocals, and a fast beat.

We were influenced by electro, hip-hop, house music , jazz-funk, reggae, everything really.


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Example Of house

  • house style

  • A loft extension in particular creates an instant extra storey to the house .

  • A set of house rules may be accepted as valid by a group of players wherever they play.

  • Accompanying this was a sound and light show that would match any of the big pop concerts as well as a fantastic house band.

  • Also your boyfriend is represented by Saturn in the seventh house, which for you is the house of a husband or boyfriend.


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