dwelling house

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

dwelling +‎ house

Noun[edit]

dwelling house (plural dwelling houses)

  1. Alternative form of dwellinghouse.
    • 1962 October, “London gets its Victoria tube”, in Modern Railways, page 258:
      The 1955 Act gave powers for compulsory acquisition of "easements", or permission to tunnel beneath dwelling houses instead of, as had previously been necessary, following approximately the course of surface roads.

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