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  • n. Alternative spelling of frat house.

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Examples

  • They also enjoyed being fluffed and getting nice snacks on the frathouse campaign bus.

    Matthew Yglesias » What Might Have Been

  • It's nice to learn what real dating is about - having a conversation with someone else in a non-frathouse environment.

    Meredith Fineman: Fifty First (J)Dates: 5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Try Online Dating.

  • Viewed in the context of late-19th-century conventions, many of these works convey an almost frathouse bawdiness, as the artists defiantly strip and dare their public not to look away.

    Modernism's Austrian Rebels

  • Wrong: his Fred Phelps-style over-the-top gay-bashing only seals his bona fides among the troops on the ground -- he'll be the king of his frathouse next semester, count on it.

    The CPAC Rodeo Roundup

  • If the Rolling Stone article exposes the frathouse antics of some of the General's aides, it also makes clear that the General himself is a remarkably capable officer who inspires profound loyalty and confidence from his soldiers.

    The McChrystal Mess

  • The first 3D film in the Toy Story franchise beat "Grown Ups" (starring a veritable frathouse of "SNL" vets), which had a strong $41-million debut, according to studio estimates, and the Tom Cruise film "Knight and Day" ($20. 5-million).

    'TOY STORY 3' repeats as the weekend's box office champ [UPDATED]

  • The book that got the most attention dealt with a weird frathouse in Arlington, Va., frequented by people like … Mark Sanford.

    The Summer of Our Discontent

  • By the time I got home that night, the sweater smelled like a combination of frathouse carpet, the inside of a tennis shoe, burnt feathers and an ashtray.

    idiot-milk Diary Entry

  • Media Watch: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy started out well -- the client lived in a frathouse-style DUMP, with lousy hair, lousy clothes, etc.

    Archive 2005-03-06

  • However, sitting at one of the front tables in the vast, lofty space that was uncharacteristically devoid of overgrown frathouse boys for a Sunday afternoon, nachos washed down with a Citron/soda were a much better option than what I was facing.

    Archive 2006-09-01

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