row house
noun Date: 1921 one of a series of houses connected by common sidewalls and forming a continuous group

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • row-house — 1913, Amer.Eng., from ROW (Cf. row) (n.1), which is attested from mid 15c. in sense of a number of houses in a line, + HOUSE (Cf. house) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • row house — [ rou ,haus ] noun count AMERICAN a house in a row of similar houses joined together on both sides …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • row house — row′ house [[t]roʊ[/t]] n. archit. one of a row of houses, each of which has at least one sidewall in common with the next house …   From formal English to slang

  • row house — [ˈrəu haus US ˈrou ] n AmE a house that is part of a line of houses that are joined to each other British Equivalent: terraced house …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • row house — ☆ row house [rō ] n. any of a line of identical houses joined along the sides by common walls …   English World dictionary

  • row house — noun a house that is one of a row of identical houses situated side by side and sharing common walls (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑town house • Hypernyms: ↑house • Hyponyms: ↑brownstone, ↑terraced house * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • row house — UK [ˈrəʊ ˌhaʊs] / US [ˈroʊ ˌhaʊs] noun [countable] Word forms row house : singular row house plural row houses American a terraced house …   English dictionary

  • row house — [[t]ro͟ʊ haʊs[/t]] row houses also rowhouse N COUNT A row house is one of a row of similar houses that are joined together by both of their side walls. [AM] (in BRIT, use terraced house) …   English dictionary

  • row house — noun A variety of residential building where the individual houses lining a street share adjacent walls in common and have a continuous stretch of roof The walls in Eduardos row house were so thin he could hear the neighbors two houses down …   Wiktionary

  • row house — /roh/ 1. one of a row of houses having uniform, or nearly uniform, plans and fenestration and usually having a uniform architectural treatment, as in certain housing developments. 2. a house having at least one side wall in common with a… …   Universalium

  • row house — noun (C) AmE a house that is part of a line of houses that are joined to each other; terraced house BrE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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