[ US /ˈpɫeɪˌhaʊs/ ]
[ UK /plˈe‍ɪha‍ʊs/ ]
  1. plaything consisting of a small model of a house that children can play inside of
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How To Use playhouse In A Sentence

  • These included the elegant designs for an indoor playhouse which were to become the cause of a great deal of scholarly speculation and disagreement. The Times Literary Supplement
  • A student of Dalcroze eurhythmics in New York and Paris, Talmud was one of the most important dance teachers at the Playhouse from the early 1920s into the 1940s. Dance Performance in the United States.
  • An illusionist has had to abandon plans to climax his UK tour at Epsom Playhouse because staff are apparently fed up with the repeated failure of magic acts.
  • He entertained a packed audience at Ilkley Playhouse this week with his routine of hilarious, if not entirely printable, series of anecdotes and stories of English football in the 1950s and 60s.
  • It overflows with the dark campery that has become the playhouse's appreciated hallmark.
  • It's over there. It is just opposite a sort of, you know, playhouse.
  • Everything was pink and flowery and Ruby had told the truth - her bed was built into a massive playhouse built into the center of the large room.
  • Yer could trust Mary anywhar; nuvr cotch 'er in dem playhouses ner friskin' in dem dances; she wan 'no street-walk'r trapsin' roun 'at night. John Jasper: The Unmatched Negro Philosopher and Preacher
  • Located in Hampstead, London, the 16,000 square ft home is so beautiful from the front that it seems almost like a playhouse designed for kids. The House Caught Between The Sea And The Mountains
  • In 1576 a businessman, James Burbage, built a playhouse, called simply The Theatre, in Shoreditch.
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