n.1.A house for children to play in or to play with; a playhouse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Davenport, who left his home in London for rural Georgia so he could work "18-hour days on the show", said he wanted to create a "toyhouse story for contemporary times".
"I worked with (psychologists at) the University of Sheffield to create a toyhouse play observation project.
"Perhaps they are being brought in as toys or in non-UAV categories." UAVs from global brands such as Silverlit, Flyers Bay, Mikadelo M'Delo, Toyhouse and DJI continue to be available on all the leading e-tailing sites despite the DGCA ban, at prices ranging from Rs 1,700 to a few lakh.