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- n. A house resembling a bungalow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to a bungalow; similar to a bungalow.
- adj. having many bungalows.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by bungalows
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.
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."
( "One wooden, bungaloid, frontier post to another").