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apartment-house

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A building divided into separate suites of rooms, intended for residence, but commonly without facilities for cooking, and in this respect different from a flat, though the two words are often used interchangeably (see flat): also distinguished from tenement-house (which see).

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Examples

  • Inspiration not just in the superheroics, but in what seemed mundane to the New Yorkers who had created those comics, such as pizzerias and apartment-house water tanks.

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  • Inspiration not just in the superheroics, but in what seemed mundane to the New Yorkers who had created those comics, such as pizzerias and apartment-house water tanks.

    “Spend a Week at the ’39 World’s Fair”

  • He was a suspect in an apartment-house fire that killed a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He was a suspect in an apartment-house fire that killed a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • When he was nineteen, Vidor Perkins had been a suspect in an apartment-house arson that killed three people, one of them a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He was a suspect in an apartment-house fire that killed a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • When he was nineteen, Vidor Perkins had been a suspect in an apartment-house arson that killed three people, one of them a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • When he was nineteen, Vidor Perkins had been a suspect in an apartment-house arson that killed three people, one of them a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He was a suspect in an apartment-house fire that killed a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • When he was nineteen, Vidor Perkins had been a suspect in an apartment-house arson that killed three people, one of them a child.

    The Glass Rainbow

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