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  • n. a dwelling that has been built to blend in with the surrounding landscape, being mostly underground with a grassy contoured roof; it can also be completly underground, or have a topping of intensive growth.

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Examples

  • But the tale tells of Signy, that she fared to the earthhouse of her brother, and prayed him give her harbouring for the night; “For I have gone astray abroad in the woods, and know not whither I am going.”

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • But the tale tells of Signy, that she fared to the earthhouse of her brother, and prayed him give her harbouring for the night; "For I have gone astray abroad in the woods, and know not whither I am going."

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • Brown Ave. A weekly poetry set hosted by Sleepy P. Earth House Collective, 237 N. East St. » Contact: (317) 636-4060, www. earthhouse collective. org.

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