humble+dwelling

  • 1 dwelling — noun (formal) ADJECTIVE ▪ makeshift, temporary ▪ permanent ▪ humble, modest ▪ private ▪ …

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  • 2 Dwelling — Dwell Dwell, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Dwelled}, usually contracted into {Dwelt} (?); p. pr. & vb. n. {Dwelling}.] [OE. dwellen, dwelien, to err, linger, AS. dwellan to deceive, hinder, delay, dwelian to err; akin to Icel. dvelja to delay, tarry, Sw.… …

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  • 3 Humble Administrator's Garden — The Humble Administrator s Garden (or Zhuozheng Yuan ) (zh stp|s=拙政园|t=拙政園|p=Zhuōzhèng Yuán), located at 178 Dongbei Street, Suzhou, is one of four great Chinese gardens. At 51,950 m² it is the largest garden in Suzhou, and generally considered… …

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  • 4 Dwelling Narrowness — Wo Ju redirects here. Dwelling Narrowness (Chinese: 蜗居; pinyin: Wōjū), also known literally as Snail House, was a 2009 television series broadcast in Mainland China, based on a 2007 novel of the same name. It depicts two sisters struggling with… …

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  • 5 humble — adj. Humble is used with these nouns: ↑abode, ↑apology, ↑cottage, ↑dwelling, ↑folk, ↑home, ↑origin, ↑root, ↑servant …

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  • 6 habitation — habitation, dwelling, abode, residence, domicile, home, house are comparable when they mean the place where one lives. All may apply to an actual structure or part of a structure in which one lives, and all but the last also may apply to the… …

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  • 7 Humility — • The word humility signifies lowliness or submissiveness an it is derived from the Latin humilitas or, as St. Thomas says, from humus, i.e. the earth which is beneath us Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Humility     Humility …

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  • 8 hovel — /huv euhl, hov /, n., v., hoveled, hoveling or (esp. Brit.) hovelled, hovelling. n. 1. a small, very humble dwelling house; a wretched hut. 2. any dirty, disorganized dwelling. 3. an open shed, as for sheltering cattle or tools. v.t. 4. to… …

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  • 9 Tynron —    TYNRON, a parish, in the county of Dumfries, 4½ miles (W. S. W.) from Thornhill, containing 474 inhabitants, of whom nearly 80 are in the village. The name, of Gaelic origin, is in different records written Tyndron, Tintroyn, and Tindroyn, and …

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  • 10 hovel — hov•el [[t]ˈhʌv əl, ˈhɒv [/t]] n. v. eled, el•ing (esp. brit.) elled, el•ling. 1) a small, very humble dwelling 2) any dirty, disorganized dwelling 3) agr. an open shed, as for sheltering cattle or tools 4) to shelter or lodge as in a hovel •… …

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  • 11 Love Divine, All Loves Excelling — Love Divine, Al Loves Excelling is a Christian hymn by Charles Wesley. It first appeared in Wesley s Hymns for those that seek, and those that have Redemption (1747) and is said to have been inspired by the song The Song of Venus from John Dryden …

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  • 12 Mancot — Coordinates: 53°11′28″N 3°00′40″W / 53.191°N 3.011°W / 53.191; 3.011 …

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  • 13 Dimples (film) — Dimples Theatrical poster Directed by William A. Seiter Produced by …

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  • 14 hut — hutlike, adj. /hut/, n., v., hutted, hutting. n. 1. a small or humble dwelling of simple construction, esp. one made of natural materials, as of logs or grass. 2. a simple roofed shelter, often with one or two sides left open. 3. Mil. a wooden or …

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  • 15 wuxtry — interjection (the cry of a newspaper seller) Then outside my humble dwelling / Comes a strident brazen call, / Wuxtry, Wuxtry! / hear the yell, / Two more churches shot to hell! …

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  • 16 Coat — There are two sources for this English name, the first being a locational name from any of the numerous places in England e.g., Coates in Cambridgeshire and Cotes in Leicestershire. A locational name was usually given to the lord of the manor at… …

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  • 17 Coate — There are two sources for this English name, the first being a locational name from any of the numerous places in England e.g., Coates in Cambridgeshire and Cotes in Leicestershire. A locational name was usually given to the lord of the manor at… …

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  • 18 Coates — There are two sources for this English name, the first being a locational name from any of the numerous places in England e.g., Coates in Cambridgeshire and Cotes in Leicestershire. A locational name was usually given to the lord of the manor at… …

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  • 19 Coats — There are two sources for this English name, the first being a locational name from any of the numerous places in England e.g., Coates in Cambridgeshire and Cotes in Leicestershire. A locational name was usually given to the lord of the manor at… …

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  • 20 Coatts — There are two sources for this English name, the first being a locational name from any of the numerous places in England e.g., Coates in Cambridgeshire and Cotes in Leicestershire. A locational name was usually given to the lord of the manor at… …

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