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Another word for dwelling

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Noun
  1. A building or shelter where one lives

      1. The place in which one lives; a dwelling.
      2. The fact or status of living or staying in a place while working, going to school, carrying out official duties, etc., esp. long enough to qualify for certain rights, privileges, etc.
      3. The place in which a person or thing resides; dwelling place; abode; esp., a house
      1. The specified stage in a list of points to be made, as in an argument:
      2. Room or space, especially adequate space:
      3. A dwelling; a house:
      1. Furnished rooms in another's house rented for accommodation.
      2. A room or rooms rented in a private home
      3. A place to live in, esp. temporarily; quarters
      1. A building that functions as the primary shelter or location of something:
      2. The building or part of a building occupied by one family or tenant; dwelling place
      3. Something regarded as a house; place that provides shelter, living space, etc.
      1. A headquarters; a home base.
      2. A place where one lives; a residence.
      3. A place thought of as home
      1. The act of inhabiting; state of inhabiting or dwelling, or of being inhabited; occupancy.
      2. A residence.
      3. A place in which to live; dwelling; home
      1. (Law) One's fixed place of dwelling, where one intends to reside more or less permanently
      2. A residence; a home.
      3. A customary dwelling place; home; residence
      1. (Formal) A residence, dwelling or habitation. [First attested from around 1350 to 1470.]
      2. 1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 8, The Celebrity:
      3. A dwelling place; a home.
    See also:

    protection

Another word for dwelling

Noun
      1. A place to live:
      2. A room or rooms rented in a private home
      3. (In the plural) Furnished rooms in a house rented as accommodation.
      1. (Formal) A residence, dwelling or habitation. [First attested from around 1350 to 1470.]
      2. A place where one lives or stays; home; residence
      3. 1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 8, The Celebrity:
      1. The fact or status of living or staying in a place while working, going to school, carrying out official duties, etc., esp. long enough to qualify for certain rights, privileges, etc.
      2. The place in which a person or thing resides; dwelling place; abode; esp., a house
      3. A large or imposing house; mansion
      1. A dwelling for a group of people, such as students or members of a religious community, who live together as a unit:
      2. A family line including ancestors and descendants, especially a royal or noble family:
      3. (--- Slang) A house of prostitution.
    See also:

    home