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- v. Present participle of unhouse.
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The chief ran: could the new laird be actually unhousing the aged, helpless woman?
I'd come home, and find her at the table crisply unhousing the parts, laying the fierce shell on one side, the soft body on the other.
(hit the wrong button, dang) Conservative is no longer a label that fits because the end goals aren't conservative but corporatist and will lead to social upheaval as more and more individuals are marginalized by rapacious corporate policies that destroy families by unhousing people or denying them medical care.