Did you possibly mean roadhouse?
“Sounds like this "Christian Fellowship" rowhouse is the "home away from home" for these cheating/lying/hypocrite/hide behind God Republican Scumbags to entertain their other women.”
“These traditional "rowhouse" townhouses are much more popular.”
“Kathleen Sebelius tossing candy to trick-or-treaters from a second-floor window of her Capitol Hill rowhouse Sunday night.”
“They are having so much fun outfitting their Burleith rowhouse, McKee says, that at one point they decreed: "We're not going out, we're not eating, we're just decorating!”
“The Chimes have their own rowhouse near campus, don't usually sing anything more modern than the Beatles, and operate like a frat, with pledges who have to clean the house after keggers and aren't allowed to sit on the couches during rehearsals.”
“It's got everything, said Gould, who has lived in his rowhouse near Calvert Street since 1987.”
“In the end, they found an attractive two-bedroom rowhouse between U Street and Dupont Circle that had been lingering on the market.”
“It's a little 13-room rowhouse with five fireplaces, but Huntsman, with seven kids, needs some room.”
“Barbi Shires, whose home is next door to the brick rowhouse Ahmed and his wife rent in the Belmont Greene development, said she was stunned to learn that he was suspected by federal officials in the alleged plot.”
“Last year, with a new husband and baby on the way, she moved to a rowhouse, and rented out the C Street place.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘rowhouse’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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