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Synonyms for house

Synonyms for house

a building or shelter where one lives

a group of usually related people living together as a unit

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a group of people sharing common ancestry

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

to give refuge to

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the members of a religious community living together

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the audience gathered together in a theatre or cinema

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play in which children take the roles of father or mother or children and pretend to interact like adults

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(astrology) one of 12 equal areas into which the zodiac is divided

the management of a gambling house or casino

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contain or cover

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A consultative and constructive process could be set in for the construction of houses for the houseless along with construction of the houses for the gods.
Those without luck, connections or trust funds face a jobless, houseless, pensionless future.
Community social worker and organizer Morrigan Philips, for example, observed that "[p]lenty of unemployed, underemployed and broke ass people are taking on roles of organizers within Occupies," that the ranks of the Occupiers include many "who rely on various forms of public assistance, both safety net programs like public housing and social security programs like unemployment," and that "the camps drew many from those forgotten and neglected corners of our communities: the houseless, those with mental health issues and substance use problems.
Comme le disait Mario Poirier, il est d'abord question, non de << houseless >> mais de << homeless >>, d'un manque d'assises pour cette << ame humaine >>.
Home is Where you Draw Strength and Rest: The Meanings of Home for Houseless Young People.
The Christmas narrative that imagines living beings coming together across divides, the houseless family with no room at the inn, the shepherds and the foreign royals arriving, all awakening to unimagined possibilities of peace, comes alive quite beautifully in the community with which I'm graced to find myself here in Kabul.
In 1874 Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild bought a treeless and houseless estate near Aylesbury and asked Destailleur to create a chateau on the highest ground with formal gardens stretching beyond.
The houseless streets are still at the edge of the airport.
The object shall be to aid in the extinction of slavery all over the world by means exclusively lawful and peaceable, moral, and religious, such as by the diffusing of useful information and argument, by tracts, newspapers, lectures, and correspondence, and by manifesting sympathy with the houseless and homeless victims of slavery flying to our soil (Landon, 1919, p.
Despite the coal carts, Wordsworth attempts to incorporate Scotland's modern development into portrayals of it as "simple, naked Scotland": "Though these carts broke in upon the tranquility of the glen, they added much to the picturesque effect of the different views, which indeed wanted nothing, though perfectly bare, houseless, and treeless.
The blows of the basement hammer every day grew more and more between; and each blow every day grew fainter than the last; the wife sat frozen at the window, with tearless eyes, glitteringly gazing into the weeping faces of her children; the bellows fell; the forge choked up with cinders; the house was sold; the mother dived down into the long church-yard grass; her children twice followed her thither; and the houseless, familyless old man staggered off a vagabond in crape; his every woe unreverenced; his grey head a scorn to flaxen curls
During the storm, he paused and waited silently after he had told the Fool to enter the hovel (a trap door on the platform) before him and then, after the Fool went in, spoke his prayer ("you houseless poverty") quietly to the audience.
Home is perhaps impossible, or more to the point, the key itself, the houseless key, became the state of exile.
The doctors found that "instead of hospitals they in reality could be regarded as mere charnel houses, where the destitute and houseless might die beneath a roof instead of the canopy of heaven.
He does not return to the narrative frame of the gathering on the porch, but ends with a passionately wrought declaration that "the wild tempest breaks above us, the wild fury beats about us, the wild hunger feeds upon us--and we are houseless, doorless, unassuaged, and driven on forever; and our brains are mad, our hearts are wild and wordless, and we cannot speak" (86).