dog house

NOUN
  1. outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog
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How To Use dog house In A Sentence

  • Ski bums live in tents, car parks, bus stations, dog houses, whatever shelter than can find that can keep them skiing Fernie every day.
  • And even more interesting, brave and admirable Human Rights defensor, COFAVIC leader Liliana Ortega is actually on the dog house of chavismo as she has pursued human rights defense equally strongly under Chavez as she did before Chavez. 02/26/2006 - 03/05/2006
  • We cleaned out the dog house (which our cat also uses), dusted the inside, and cleaned and dusted the dog's bed.
  • He's forgotten his wedding anniversary and is in the dog house. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the midst of all the turmoil, he has to consider how and where he will live (you can't stay in the dog house forever), and also what career path he will take when he demits office. Business as usual for embattled South Carolina governor
  • He's forgotten his wedding anniversary and is in the dog house. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were straight-back walnut chairs, a wood lathe, twin bedsprings, and two 75 lb dogs; surprisingly, the two dog houses were gone. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks (copy)
  • Sale price: $9.1 million Kraemer & Cie Kraemer & Cie Dog house Carved giltwood and velvet Great Finds: The Paris Biennale des Antiquaires
  • He is in the dog house with his boss for criticize in the company's policy.
  • A few hours later a helicopter thumps past the huskies curled up on top of their dog houses, past the newly built duplexes still wrapped in Tyvek.
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