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  • a building for human habitation, especially one that consists of a ground floor and one or more upper storeys.
    E.g. my wife and I are moving to a new house
  • a building in which people meet for a particular activity.
    E.g. a house of prayer
  • a religious community that occupies a particular building.
    E.g. the Cistercian house at Clairvaux
  • a legislative or deliberative assembly.
    E.g. the sixty-member National Council, the country's upper house
  • a style of electronic dance music typically having sparse, repetitive vocals and a fast beat.
    E.g. DJs specializing in techno, garage, and house
  • a twelfth division of the celestial sphere, based on the positions of the ascendant and midheaven at a given time and place, and determined by any of a number of methods.
  • old-fashioned term for bingo.
  • (of an animal or plant) kept in, frequenting, or infesting buildings.
  • relating to a firm, institution, or society.
    E.g. a house journal
  • provide with shelter or accommodation.
    E.g. they converted a disused cinema to house twelve employees
  • provide space for; contain or accommodate.
    E.g. the museum houses a collection of Roman sculpture
  • eat the whole of (something), typically very quickly.
    E.g. it could be that I just housed a massive burrito, but I don't feel good

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