- 1A house and its occupants regarded as a unit: the whole household was asleep [as modifier]: household billsMore example sentences
- The lack of availability is cited by less than ten per cent of non-wired households.
- All of these can be measured at the unit of the individual, or the whole household.
- When one of us is labouring over a difficult job it affects the whole household.
- 1.1 (the Household) [usually in titles] The establishment and affairs of a royal household: Controller of the HouseholdMore example sentences
- In the fifth and final carriage were Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg, the Princess Royal with her son, Peter Phillips, 24, and Vice Admiral Tom Blackburn, Master of the Royal Household.
- On that date, Charles appointed his first Master of the Household, one of the top royal jobs which is normally reserved for the monarch's court.
- I'm writing this in mid-April; in two weeks' time I am bidden by the Master of the Household to a gathering at Windsor Castle.