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terraced house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: House
terraced houseˌterraced ˈhouse noun [countable] British English  DHHa house which is part of a row of houses that are joined together syn row house American English
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terraced houseThis was a terraced house in Jubilee Road, a street of run-down Edwardian villas.A woman clutching the infant called at the terraced house in Albany Road, Prescot, with another woman and a man.The terraced house in Station Road, Darlington, is already in multiple occupancy and retrospective planning permission had been applied for.Now, he wrote, it is in a little room in a nondescript Victorian terraced house in a side-street in South London.
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