Definition of funhouse in English:

funhouse

Syllabification: fun·house
Pronunciation: /ˈfənˌhous
 
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noun

chiefly North American
(In an amusement park) a building equipped with trick mirrors, shifting floors, and other devices designed to scare or amuse people as they walk through.
More example sentences
  • After wandering around the altered room, I felt as if I was in a fairground funhouse where floors and walls are designed to discombobulate.
  • So your partner has a thing for amusement park funhouses?
  • Looking at the available rides, the four friends could see a large Ferris wheel, a colorful merry-go-round, funhouses, a popular roller coaster and many more.

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