houseproud

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houseproud

house-proud [ˈhaʊspraʊd] adjqui tient à avoir une maison impeccable
to be houseproud → tenir à avoir une maison impeccable
She's very house-proud → Tout est toujours impeccable chez elle.
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Rylan, 30, is houseproud and a keen baker but admitted his confidence has crumbled since being on the show.
SO you think you're houseproud? Well, you may well be but houseproud ain't what it used to be.
"Not only is it great to discover the UK's most houseproud region but it is interesting to reveal Brits are more house-proud than they have ever been."
The people of Edinburgh are Britain's least houseproud, according to a study.
Most building maintenance and home improvement works will be considered under the Houseproud Scheme with typical work ranging from replacement gutters through to construction of new extensions.
When caught by an enquiry officer, one houseproud Liverpool resident claimed: "I don't watch TV, I only use it for interior design purposes", while another said: "I don't watch it, I only have a TV to impress the neighbours".
HAT'S THE WAY: Kieran McNeil has a ball in the rain BARROW BOY: Ben Scott gets to grips with garden activities, above, while Connie Parkinson goes for a spin, right FUN INDOORS TOO: For Amelia Thomas Stokes, above, and playmates Oliver Noble and Jack Bacon, right WHAT'S COOKIN'?: Yvie Gibson, above, is ready to roll while, Amiee Metti shows off her work, right BUSY: Ruby Ashley, top centre, Issabella Waldby and Oliver Mercheri, above, and houseproud Lily McNeil, right
GEORDIE men are more houseproud than their lasses, according to new research A survey carried out in the areas by domestic cleaning company Molly Maid found almost half of men clean-up before their cleaner arrives, compared to just 37% of women.
The 10% rise in home charges from pounds 9.25 to pounds 10.25 - far in excess of anywage increase theseworkers will receive - will mean what were houseproud elderly people now living in increasing squalor, unable to do many tasks for themselves and unable to afford the minimum of home help.
HOUSEPROUD women who like to keep their homes clean and fragrant may be at greater risk of breast cancer.
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In a Medical Research Council report, a research team recorded that two-thirds of a group of men who got ulcers before they were 25 had mothers who were "dominant and controlling personalities and made the major decisions in their families." These mothers were often "very conscientious women with a high sense of duty who were exceedingly houseproud and devoted to efficient routine." ...