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dwelling house in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdwelling houseˈdwelling house noun [countable] formal especially British English  SCLDHa house that people live in, not one that is being used as a shop, office etc
Examples from the Corpus
dwelling houseA dwelling house was let at the rent of 16s. 5d. per week.Tenby Tudor Merchant's House A beautifully furnished late medieval dwelling house near the harbour.It was incorporated by the architect, Alexander Skirving, into a private dwelling house he was building in Langside Avenue.