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1. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families.

Synonyms

  • abode
  • soddy
  • boarding house
  • tract house
  • mansion house
  • ranch house
  • safe house
  • lodge
  • villa
  • rooming house
  • dwelling house
  • boardinghouse
  • dwelling
  • residence
  • porch
  • detached house
  • duplex house
  • farmhouse
  • chalet
  • garret
  • maisonette
  • solar house
  • doll's house
  • hacienda
  • cabin
  • maisonnette
  • loft
  • bungalow
  • single dwelling
  • semidetached house
  • town house
  • attic
  • frat house
  • cottage
  • lodging house
  • country house
  • study
  • library
  • habitation
  • hunting lodge
  • beach house
  • adobe house
  • chapterhouse
  • fraternity house
  • edifice
  • home
  • saltbox
  • duplex
  • building
  • dollhouse
  • mansion
  • manse
  • sod house
  • hall
  • gatehouse
  • domicile
  • row house

Antonyms

  • single
  • disassembly
  • Heaven
  • stay in place

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Royal House

  • boathouse
  • strouse
  • strauss
  • strause
  • straus
  • sprouse
  • schaus
  • espouse
  • spouse
  • smouse
  • shouse
  • prouse
  • krouse
  • krauss
  • kraus
  • klaus
  • grouse
  • crouse
  • clouse
  • brouse
  • blouse
  • youse
  • rousse
  • rouse
  • mouse
  • louse
  • laos
  • knouse
  • hauss
  • hause

2. house

verb. ['ˈhaʊs'] contain or cover.

Synonyms

  • hold
  • accommodate

Antonyms

  • wholly
  • fire
  • negativeness

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. house

verb. ['ˈhaʊs'] provide housing for.

Synonyms

  • shelter
  • home
  • domiciliate
  • chamber
  • lodge
  • take in
  • put up
  • accommodate

Antonyms

  • attach
  • stay
  • unify
  • arrive

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments.

Synonyms

  • publishing firm
  • firm
  • publishing company
  • business organization
  • dealer
  • business concern
  • consulting firm
  • corporation
  • publishing house
  • auction house
  • business firm
  • concern
  • consulting company
  • business organisation
  • publisher
  • business
  • law firm
  • corp

Antonyms

  • male monarch
  • queen
  • female monarch
  • king

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] an official assembly having legislative powers.

Synonyms

  • British House of Lords
  • Seanad Eireann
  • House of Burgesses
  • US House of Representatives
  • legislative assembly
  • U.S. House of Representatives
  • U.S. House
  • House of Representatives
  • law-makers
  • general assembly
  • United States House of Representatives
  • legislative body
  • Dail
  • Seanad
  • British House of Commons
  • US House
  • legislature
  • House of Commons
  • House of Lords

Antonyms

  • lose
  • undeceive
  • give
  • emit

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] play in which children take the roles of father or mother or children and pretend to interact like adults.

Synonyms

  • play

Antonyms

  • dislodge
  • foreign

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] the members of a religious community living together.

Antonyms

  • disoblige

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] aristocratic family line.

Synonyms

  • royal line
  • royal house
  • family
  • kinsfolk
  • folk
  • family line
  • sept
  • royal family
  • kinfolk
  • phratry
  • royalty

Antonyms

  • inactivity
  • child
  • parent
  • natural object

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. house

noun. ['ˈhaʊs'] the audience gathered together in a theatre or cinema.

Synonyms

  • claque

Antonyms

  • forbid
  • disallow

Etymology

  • hous (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. royal

adjective. ['ˈrɔɪəl'] belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler.

Synonyms

  • imperial
  • noble
  • majestic
  • regal

Antonyms

  • discolor
  • achromatic
  • unrhetorical
  • ignoble

Etymology

  • roial (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • regalis (Latin)
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