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house rate
(Noun) a structure used to shelter one or many people. place of permanent stay. where one keeps possessions.
Usage: would you like to come over my house?

House rate
(Noun) Place someone lives
Usage: we are going to his house

house rate
(Noun) home; a building you live in
Usage: I will go to my house after school.

house rate
home, where people live
house rate
(Noun) Place of residence
Usage: I live in a house.

House rate
(Noun) it is a building where you live in. Where you sleep, eat...and keep warm in the winter.
house rate
(Noun) A structure that functions as a shelter for a family
Usage: I live in a house

House rate
A building usually used for the living of humans.
house rate
(Noun) a place people live.
house rate
(Noun) a dwelling for habitation
Usage: I live in a brick house.

house rate
(Noun) a place of residence
Usage: My house is the brown one on 45th street.

HOUSE rate
(Abbreviation) Home Ownership Using Shared Equity
house rate
(Noun) A building designed for people, animals, etc, to live in.
house rate
(Noun) a building or establishment in which animals, including humans, can live
Usage: My family has lived in this house for thirteen years.

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(Noun) A shelter for people
Usage: my house was painted red

house rate
(Noun) a place where you live
Usage: i live in a big house

House rate
(Noun) A place where someone lives, standardly with four wall and a roof.
Usage: I live in a house.

house rate
(Noun) place people call home
house rate
(Noun) place where we live
house rate
(Noun) a structure in which people live
house rate
(Noun) A building where people live.
Usage: My house is colorful.

House rate
(Noun) A shelter; a basic necessity; a closed private place
Usage: We have a two floor house.

House rate
A shelter where someone lives.
Usage: "Hey dude, would you like to come over to my house?"

house rate
(Noun) a place where a person or people live
Usage: I just bought a new house.

house rate
(Noun) a shelter where one lives
house rate
(Noun) a loving, caring enviornment
Usage: I reside in a house.

House rate
(Noun) The name of a fictional medical doctor who has his own medical drama on FOX
Usage: House is an amazing doctor!

house rate
(Noun) A place where one lives. A residence.
Usage: This is my house.

house rate
(Noun) a construction
house rate
(Noun) a style of dance music from the 80s
House rate
(Noun) Where your PC that loaded this page is.
house rate
(Noun) someplace to live in
Usage: my house is big

House rate
(Noun) something people live in
Usage: peter lives in a yellow house

house rate
(Noun) a shelter
Usage: i live in a house

house rate
(Adult / Slang)
Or: whorehouse / house of prostitution , also known, euphemistically, as: house in the suburbs / house of all nations / house of assignation / house of call / house of civil reception / house of convenience / house of delight / house of enjoyment / house of fame / house of ill delight / house of ill fame / house of ill repute / house of joy / house of lewdness / house of office / house of pleasure / house of profession / house of prostitution / house of sale / house of shame / house of sin / house of tolerance / house of vulgar resort. House-mother , the madam of a house. See brothel for more synonyms.
house rate
(Noun) a house is a place.
house rate
(Noun) It's place where peoples live
house rate
(Noun) a structure people live in
Usage: Habitat for Humanity builds houses for those less fortunate.

house rate
(Noun) A habitat for living humans that provides shelter and comfort.
Usage: "My family and I have lived in this house for several years."

house rate
(Noun) a house is a building you are living in
Usage: in this house my family lives in

house rate
(Noun) a place to live
house rate
(Noun) a building
Usage: they build a house

house rate
(Noun) where you live
house rate
(Verb) to give someone or many people a place to live
house rate
(Noun) where you live in
Usage: This is my house

house rate
(Noun) a building where usually one family lives
Usage: There is a very nice house in my street


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