Definition of Tree house

1. Noun. A playhouse built in the branches of a tree.

Generic synonyms: Playhouse, Wendy House



Definition of Tree house

1. Noun. (Chiefly American English) a recreational structure built among the branches of a tree ¹

2. Noun. a tropical residence built in a tree, or on stilts ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tree House

tree celandine
tree clubmoss
tree cotton
tree creeper
tree cricket
tree diagram
tree farm
tree farmer
tree farming
tree farms
tree frog
tree frogs
tree fuchsia
tree heath
tree house (current term)
tree houses
tree hugger
tree huggers
tree kangaroo
tree kangaroos
tree kingfisher
tree kingfishers
tree lawn
tree line
tree lizard
tree lupine
tree mallow
tree martin
tree measurement sale

Literary usage of Tree house

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1. The National Parks Portfolio by United States National Park Service, Robert Sterling Yard (1921)
"Spruce tree house is next in size; Balcony House and Square Tower House are ... Cliff Palace is three hundred feet long; Spruce tree house two hundred and ..."

2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1900)
"... Port Moresby, 429 Shield and ceremonial or magical tablets from the Papuan gulf, 434 tree house, ..."

3. Preliminary Report on a Visit to the Navaho National Monument, Arizona by Jesse Walter Fewkes (1911)
"PINE-tree house About 8 miles up East canyon there is a large, almost inaccessible, ruin, which lies a short distance from the main canyon. ..."

4. 140 Folk-tunes: Rote Songs, Grades I, II and III, for School & Home by Archibald T Davison, Thomas Whitney Surette (1921)
"... Un-der-neath it we have made us our Ap - ple - tree House. vel - vet ; Watching birds that come to see us in Ap - ple - tree House. Richard Compton 70. ..."

5. The Technical World Magazine (1910)
"LOOKING THROUGH THE 'SPRUCE tree house." SECOND IN SIZE OF THE CLIFF DWELLINGS. Long House, all of which were thoroughly explored by Dr. Fewkes who brought ..."

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