Definition of Housefronts
1. housefront [n] - See also: housefront
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housefronts
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 ..."