Definition of house-proud in English:

house-proud

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adjective

Attentive to, or preoccupied with, the care and appearance of one’s home: I used to tease her about being so house-proud
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  • Overall, it appears that the majority of residents in Kiltimagh are quite house-proud and take a lot of care of their own premises.
  • I am super, super house-proud and the last thing I want is mess.
  • I'm house-proud anyway but it has been mad rushing around making everything right for the TV cameras.

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