bungaloid

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

bungalow +‎ -oid

Noun[edit]

bungaloid (plural bungaloids)

  1. (sometimes derogatory) A house resembling a bungalow.
    • 1935, The Spectator (volume 154)
      You can live In a charming modern house, 5 minutes from station and from open unspoiled and protected countryside, free of bungaloids and all such atrocities. And it is really economical.
    • 2009 August 21, Paul Theroux, “Happily a State, Forever an Island”, New York Times:
      Other plantation lands have become bungaloid subdivisions or luxury housing or golf courses.