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  • n. A house resembling a bungalow.

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  • adj. of or pertaining to a bungalow; similar to a bungalow.
  • adj. having many bungalows.

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  • adj. characterized by bungalows


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bungalow +‎ -oid


  • One of the prominent features of the village is, 'a line of fancy bungalows, connected with the sugar beet industry '– another bungaloid bonus brought by benevolent bosses.

    Concrete Evidence

  • She had gone to that bungaloid mansion in Hampstead Garden Suburb certain she would find her patient kept under duress, perhaps even physically a prisoner, possibly maltreated, and she had been prepared to call the police and tell them here was someone detained against his will.


  • Naturally - or, rather, unnaturally - this process was articulated on the page as amnesia: "When I came to consider the matter, the truth was that my memory had been fraying at the edges for some time; the grey waters of Lethe undercutting its soft cliffs, so that my bungaloid recollections - which, no matter how tasteless, had the virtue of being owned outright, not mortgaged - tumbled on to the beach below."

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