Definition of Rehousing

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rehouse) ¹



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Definition of Rehousing

1. rehouse [v] - See also: rehouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rehousing

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rehospitalising
rehospitalization
rehospitalizations
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rehospitalized
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rehospitalizing
rehost
rehosted
rehosting
rehosts
rehouse
rehoused
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rehumanize
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rehybridization
rehydratable
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Literary usage of Rehousing

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1. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1908)
"Midland Railway Rehousing Scheme at Somers Town. MR. LEA (St. Pi.ncrc.8, E.) : I beg to ask the President of the Loc*l Government Board whether he has any ..."

2. Later Leaves: Being the Further Reminiscences of Montagu Williams by Montagu Stephen Williams (1891)
"... Its great Bethnal Green scheme—The rehousing question—An instructive incident—The future action of the Council donned— Some coroners' inquests—Stale, ..."

3. The Housing Problem in England: Its Statistics, Legislation, and Policy by Ernest Ritson Dewsnup (1907)
"... AND Rehousing. The specific evils which constitute the housing problem are, as indicated in a previous chapter, (1) insanitary conditions, ..."

4. On Municipal and National Trading by John Lubbock (1907)
"Rehousing was a statutory obligation, and ought to form part of the cost of the improvement. Under those circumstances the Improvements Committee had ..."

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