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row house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Building
row houserow house /ˈrəʊ haʊs $ ˈroʊ-/ noun [countable]  American EnglishTBDH a house that is part of a line of houses that are joined to each other syn terraced house British English
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row houseRob DeGraff ditched his roomy house and 10,000 square-foot lot for a row house with a patch of yard.Then footage of police, some in uniform, some not, gathered on the stoop of a row house.The apartment to which she and Uncle Allen welcomed us was in a declining row house on Wakeman Avenue.The old row house is just a memory.They still lived in the row house with their 1955 station wagon.
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