Definition of row house in English:

row house

Syllabification: row house
Pronunciation: /ˈrō ˌhous


North American
Any of a row of houses joined by common sidewalls.
More example sentences
  • He established his practice in 1970, coming to prominence in 1976 with the Azuma House, a row house that embodied what would evolve as the essential principles of Ando's architecture.
  • The house we rented, like thousands of others in the city, was built largely of concrete, and would have looked at home as a row house in California.
  • You can do the same things mentioned here on a smaller scale in an apartment or row house or mobile home.

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