Definition of Fraternity house
1. Noun. A house used as a residence by a chapter of a fraternity.
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Literary usage of Fraternity house
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1. Individual Training in Our Colleges by Clarence Frank Birdseye (1907)
"The fraternity house a college home. "busted out" if it had not been for the ... The fraternity house is the home of the new family life of the student, ..."
2. Bibliography of College, Social, University and Church Settlements by Caroline Williamson Montgomery (1905)
"fraternity house has no resident workers and consequently has been unable ... None the less, along social and educational lines, fraternity house does stand ..."
3. The American College by Higher Education Association (U.S.) (1910)
"The building of this first fraternity house was strongly opposed by many alumni of the chapter. They could not understand how college conditions had changed ..."
4. The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence (1845)
"... said fraternity house, and to have yearly out of the " issues and revenues" of tne premises " 34s., which amounted weekly at the rate of 8rf. a piece. ..."
5. Reports of Cases in Chancery, Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court by Baron Henry Bickersteth Langdale, Chaloner William Chute, John Romilly Romilly, Charles Beavan (1845)
"... or fraternity house of Oundle. And that for the said Godly intent and purpose, he had taken order, and that it was agreed bet ween him and the Wardens ..."
6. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"fraternity house. In the United States, a building erected for the use of some ... The fraternity house is then, often, the home of one of these chapters ..."
7. College Study & College Life by Bernard Capen Ewer (1917)
"The fraternity house is also the source of many administrative problems ... Returning alumni enter the fraternity house as they would reenter their own ..."