Definition of Housefronts

1. housefront [n] - See also: housefront



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housefronts

housecoats
housecraft
housed
housedog
housedoor
housedoors
housedress
housedresses
housefather
housefathers
houseflies
housefloor
housefloors
housefly
housefront
housefronts (current term)
houseful
housefuls
houseguest
houseguests
household
household appliance
household articles
household arts
household deities
household deity
household god
household gods
household income
household linen

Literary usage of Housefronts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Our Slavic Fellow Citizens by Emily Greene Balch (1910)
"The houses stand in a row on each side of the street which is lined with a solid facing of housefronts and high yard walls or gates. ..."

2. The History of Nations by Henry Cabot Lodge (1906)
"For doors and windows were built up, housefronts loop-holed, internal communications opened, streets trenched and crossed by earthen ramparts mounted with ..."

3. Some Imagist Poets: An Anthology by Richard Aldington (1915)
"It is a red sea Licking The housefronts. They quiver gently From base to summit. Ripples of impulse run through them, Flattering resistance. ..."

4. Problems of the Far East: Japan--Korea--China by George Nathaniel Curzon Curzon (1896)
"There are no windows in the housefronts—only lifting or sliding screens; and whatever of neatness ..."

5. Japan as Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton (1904)
"... and limns her with gold on lacquer; carves her on temple-gates and housefronts, and draws her for curtains of shops and signboards of inns, rest-houses ..."

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