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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhouseroomhouse‧room /ˈhaʊsruːm, -rʊm/ noun [uncountable] British English  1 SPACE/GAPspace in a house for a person or thing2 not give something houseroom
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houseroomIt was a part of folk wisdom that providing houseroom for a widowed parent could lead to intense family friction.At least I've my shortbread baked, I wouldn't give the bought stuff houseroom.
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