singlewide

sin·gle·wide

 (sĭng′gəl-wīd′)
n.
A mobile home about 15 feet (4.6 meters) in width, used as a permanent residence.

sin′gle·wide′ adj.
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He was not fully awake nor alert yet and, after I introduced myself, he invited me into the singlewide trailer house.
rundown singlewide trailer on the outskirts of town.
Description: 220 acres in 11 parcels, with 1973-era singlewide and a hay shed.
A one-bedroom apartment went for $2,000 a month while a singlewide mobile home was $2,400 a month and a 2,000-square-foot home rented for $4,500 a month.
wide, it is about the size of a singlewide mobile home.
Scheduled to be in full print production by the end of the second quarter 2013, the project involves reconfiguring a total of 88 Goss Universal singlewide press units.
Initially, Lewis was hoping to find a singlewide mobile home to replace his house, but another neighbor, Kara Deyerin made cold calls to contractors in hopes someone would build a stick house for Bajema.
Last summer Mom and I had lived in a singlewide in Moab.
Built in 1958, Thurm's Estates is composed of 155 singlewide spaces and 173 doublewide spaces.
Back in the early 1970s, I used to ride a balloon-tired bike up and down the streets of Nokomis, delivering newspapers to people in singlewide mobile homes and two-bedroom cinderblock bungalows.
I saw you knocked up and living in a singlewide on the other side of the
The type of property I find most undervalued is land with an old singlewide mobile home sitting on it with the doors and windows broken out and the appliances rusting in the front yard.