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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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summerhousesum‧mer‧house /ˈsʌməhaʊs $ -ər-/ noun [countable]  DLOa small building in your garden, where you can sit in warm weather
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summerhouseStatues and a summerhouse complete the effect.At the end of the garden she reached a summerhouse.He cleared the summerhouse so she would have a studio, and gave her the only key.Inside the summerhouse she saw an old woman and a boy.I suggested that the President and the First Lady inspect the summerhouse together.She fitted out the summerhouse with a sleeping bag and a change of jeans.Then Susan walked past the summerhouse to watch the dark man paint.Lying on her back, floating, she looks towards the summerhouse.
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