semi-detached house

NOUN
  1. a dwelling that is attached to something on only one side
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How To Use semi-detached house In A Sentence

  • He favoured communal green spaces, cul-de-sacs, semi-detached houses and terraces with gardens front and back.
  • He favoured communal green spaces, cul-de-sacs, semi-detached houses and terraces with gardens front and back.
  • Miraculously, the semi-detached house next door, where pensioners Ron and Phyllis Allain < cor > were getting ready for bed, remained virtually untouched, save for one cracked window pane.
  • We used to spend a few weeks every summer at my grandparents' semi-detached house just 100 yards from Paignton seafront and my childhood memories are flooded with long, sunlit days spent on the beach. Family life
  • Up the road in High Street is a set of old semi-detached houses, with attractive moulded pillars supporting the tin roofs over the verandah, with a gable at the end.
  • They have three dogs and decking out the back of their semi-detached house. Times, Sunday Times
  • This building was originally a pair of semi-detached houses, part of the first 50 houses contracted out by Skipton Urban Council to be built after the war.
  • He said there is a definite price drop in the price of three-bedroom semi-detached houses.
  • Ashford Court is a development of semi-detached houses in Grange near Douglas.
  • The scheme will include a mix of semi-detached houses, townhouses and apartments.
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