Definition of House-to-house
1. Adjective. Omitting no one; from the door of one house to that of the next. "House-to-house coverage"
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Literary usage of House-to-house
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report by New South Wales Dept. of Education (1894)
"Public 46 Provisional 12 Half-lime ]« house-to-house 8 These numbers include two new schools—Wangan Vole Provisional and Byong Hou«e-to-house— which opened ..."
2. Report by New South Wales Dept. of Education (1896)
"Waverley house-to-house School did not reopen this year, and in January last 5 schools were ... A new house-to-house School has been granted at Basin Creek, ..."
3. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1849)
"utensils (in these wars) that an old helmet travelled in succession from house to house for the purpose of boiling broth and pottage."—Ibid. p. 97. }638. ..."
4. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... wares, or merchandise along or upou the public streets, alleys, or other public places of the town, or from house to house, shall be deemed a peddler, ..."