Town House

Business / Real Estate / Town House: A type of dwelling unit normally having two floors, with the living area and kitchen on the base floor and the bedrooms located on the second floor, a series of individual houses having architectural unity and a common wall between each unit.

Other Words for House

House Verb Synonyms: family, line, lineage, dynasty, clan, ancestry, strain, race, blood, descendants, forebears
House Adverb Synonyms: residence, dwelling, dwelling-place, home, abode, household, homestead, domicile, lodging(s), quarters, building, edifice
House Noun Synonyms: legislature, legislative body, congress, parliament, assembly, council, diet
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Other Words for Town

Town Noun Synonyms: township, village, hamlet, community, municipality, city, metropolis, borough, burgh
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Placidean Houses

Science / Astrology / Placidean Houses: The house system devised by the Spanish monk, Placidus de Tito (seventeenth century). Placidus' system, still widely used today, is based on the trisection of nocturnal and diurnal semi-arcs. The time MORE

Part Of The Building or House

Entertainment / Bowling / Part Of The Building or House: Said of the 7 or 10 pin when it remains solidly standing after an apparently perfect hit. Used in a phrase such as, That pin must be part of the building. MORE

Outer Houses

Science / Astrology / Outer Houses: Those planets whose orbits fall outside the Asteroid Belt; also called major planets because of their larger orbits. See also major planets. MORE

Oriental Houses

Science / Astrology / Oriental Houses: Houses that lie in the eastern (oriental) hemisphere of a horoscope, houses one, two, three, ten, eleven, and twelve. Sometimes used to describe those houses moving away (clockwise) from the horizon ( MORE

Powerhouse

Entertainment / Bowling / Powerhouse: A ball thrown very fast and with a lot of action, resulting in an unmistakable strike. MORE

Public Warehouse

Business / Finance / Public Warehouse: Storage facility operated by an independent warehouse company on its own premises. MORE

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