bungaloid

bungaloid

(ˈbʌŋɡəlɔɪd)
adj
(Building) derogatory resembling a bungalow or bungalows or characterized by bungalows or structures resembling bungalows: a depressing bungaloid area.
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bungaloid

a 20th-century style dwelling, usually of one story, imitative of the true bungalow form characterized by low, sweeping roof gables and a large verandah in the front.
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Adj.1.bungaloid - characterized by bungalows; "the bungaloid suburbs"
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