Definition of bungaloid
: resembling or suggesting a bungalow when the prairie house was a pink bungaloid rash on the great open spaces — Times Literary Supplement : characterized by constructions resembling bungalows depressed by the uglier and drearier parts of the town, or alarmed by its bungaloid outskirts — William Plomer
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Origin and Etymology of bungaloid
bungalow + -oid
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