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Definition of house guest in English:

noun

A guest staying for some days in a person’s private house: come and be my house guest in Hampshire
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  • Presumably it can't interfere with my choice of dinner guests or house guests - or, most of us, would think, roommates who would share a two-bedroom apartment.
  • They had two house guests staying over night; the gentleman had come to town to give a talk at the Georges' church, and his wife was along for the fun.
  • This weekend we have three house guests staying with us.

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