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board·ing house

also board·ing·house (bôr′dĭng-hous′)
n.
A house where paying guests are provided with meals and lodging.

boarding house

n
1. a private house in which accommodation and meals are provided for paying guests
2. (Education) Austral a house for boarders at a school. See also house10
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.boarding house - a private house that provides accommodations and meals for paying guestsboarding house - a private house that provides accommodations and meals for paying guests
bed and breakfast, bed-and-breakfast - an overnight boardinghouse with breakfast
house - a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families; "he has a house on Cape Cod"; "she felt she had to get out of the house"
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References in classic literature ?
All the folks who kept the boarding house could tell was that about a year before they had found him lying on their doorstep one morning in an awful condition--his head battered to a jelly almost.
He thought he'd poke round a bit--Captain Jim was always meddlesome, just like a man--and he went to inquiring round among the sailors' boarding houses and places like that, to see if he could find out anything about the crew of the Four Sisters.
The owners of his ship, it seems, had lent him one, in which to carry his heavy chest to his boarding house.
He had no wife and no home save his two-room office in a boarding house.
Douglas in a boarding house in London, did you not, and became engaged to him there?
After arriving in 50s Brooklyn from Ireland, Ellis (Ronan) finds lodging in a boarding house and work in a bank before meeting a nice Italian boy.
Sahotas second novel (after 2011's Ours Are the Streets, which landed the Derby-born author on the 2013 Granta Best of Young British Novelists list) explores the struggles and lives of young Indian migrants, escaping from various difficulties in India and thrown together in a boarding house in Sheffield.
Leyla's grandfather set up a boarding house in the town on Brunswick Street, which the family still own now, although the clientele has shifted from ship workers to students.
The Boarding House, Two Gallants and Eveline are short stories from which James Joyce novel?
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They move to their aunt's falling-down boarding house overlooking the city of Pittsburgh as the city is recovering from the loss of its great steel industry.
The Camperdown-based boarding house offers everything from massage to medical care for lonesome lizards and homesick snakes.