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rehouse

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verb re·house \(ˌ)rē-ˈhau̇z\

Simple Definition of rehouse

  • : to give (a person or animal) a different and usually better place to live

Full Definition of rehouse

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to house again or anew; especially :  to establish in a new or different housing unit of a better quality

Examples of rehouse

  1. The organization is working to rehouse families who were displaced in the fire.



1820

First Known Use of rehouse

1820

Rhymes with rehouse


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