Definition of Detached house

1. Noun. A house that stands alone.

Exact synonyms: Single Dwelling
Generic synonyms: House



Definition of Detached house

1. Noun. A free-standing, single-family dwelling unit, that does not share a common wall with any other structure. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Detached House

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Literary usage of Detached house

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1. The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot by Walter Bagehot, Mrs Russell Barrington (1915)
"THE SEMI-detached house.i (From "The Saturday Review? 27th August, 1859. ... The notion is that we ought not to dislike to live in a semi-detached house. ..."

2. War Emergency Construction (housing War Workers) by United States Housing Corporation (1920)
"Six-room detached houses, types A-6-A and A-6-C opp. 234 Six-room house, type Л-С -Л ; frame versus brick exterior opp. 235 detached house of two four-room ..."

3. The English Home by Banister Fletcher, Herbert Phillips Fletcher (1910)
"10 shows a detached house for a narrow suburban site, with three rooms communicating. ... A SEMI-detached house. , /- a . e • t ILLS, it AND 12. ..."

4. Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos by British School at Athens, Thomas Dinham Atkinson (1904)
"PLAN OF detached house OF PERIOD III. The Palace.—The last building which requires special notice is the Palace (H 1: 5 ; J 2: 1, 3, &c., Figs. 49, 50). ..."

5. Replanning Reading: An Industrial City of a Hundred Thousand by John Nolen (1910)
"... as well A TYPE OF SEMI-detached house APPROPRIATE FOR READING. as for large cities, and they take into account the foreseen needs of the near future, ..."

6. Public Health Problems by John Frederick Joseph Sykes (1892)
"A detached house may have four fronts, a semi-detached three, and a terrace- house two; on backing upon each other these are reduced respectively to three, ..."

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