from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A residence in a city.
- n. A row house, especially a fashionable one.
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- n. a row house
- n. a house in an urban setting
- n. town hall
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See Townhouse.
- n. A building devoted to the public used of a town; a townhall.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a house that is one of a row of identical houses situated side by side and sharing common walls
If she stays, she'll have to pay about $150,000 more than the townhouse is worth.
The townhouse is across the street from a house purchased in 2008 for $13.95 million by George H. Walker IV, chairman of asset-management firm Neuberger Berman and a member of the Bush family.
Brian Harkin for The Wall Street Journal The townhouse is outfitted with Energy Star appliances and has radiant floor heating.
Mr. Schiff said the townhouse is 30% to 40% more energy efficient than a typical townhouse.
A project by architects Elding Oscarson, the small townhouse is located in in Landskrona, Sweden, on a very narrow space between two buildings with a very different architecture.
Even though it's right downtown, the townhouse is very quiet because it's at the end of a privada.
The townhouse is one of the university's living and learning programs, which convert traditional residence halls into themed-based houses that meet specific student academic and lifestyle interests.
The nice townhouse is not worth the risk to your family, no matter how spendid the conveniences and modern equipment.
Our townhouse is nice, but it would be perfect if we could do just a few things to it.
My new townhouse is around 1400 sq. ft, has maple hardwood and railings, stainless appliances, etc.