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country house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings
country houseˌcountry ˈhouse noun [countable] British English 🔊 🔊 TBBa large house in the countryside, especially one that is of historical intereststately home
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country houseThe home was not for most a country house or a cottage, but a town villa or tenement.The absence of panegyric in itself sets Leapor's poem apart from earlier country house poems.Good country house furniture in mahogany and pine, plus silver, brass and pictures, are on sale.They live in a Chelsea Harbour flat and a £2 million country house in Oxfordshire.Nivingston House Charming old country house restaurant.
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