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The high tourist season is behind us here along the Alabama Gulf Coast and in neighboring Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key on the Florida side, which means the locals are emerging from their beach bungalows.
Bit by bit, blocks of bungalows and small brick apartments in Kansas City are giving way to bigger buildings.
By then, an assortment of balloons and teddy bears marked the spot in front of the brick bungalow.
A cinder-block bungalow of about a thousand square feet, Gabe’s house was completed in the 1980s, at a cost of some $15,000, after more than 10 years of work and decades of planning.
A cinder-block bungalow of about a thousand square feet, Ms. Gabe’s house was completed in the 1980s, at a cost of $15,000, after more than 10 years of work and decades of planning.
Turning into the Zion River Resort Campground was like arriving at a quaint suburban cul-de-sac, but with RVs instead of bungalows.
There used to be a lot of three-bedroom postwar bungalows, but lots of people are putting up soulful modern—modern with more wood.
His seventh and final will indicated a family bungalow should be demolished once his daughter moves out.
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Origin and Etymology of bungalow
First Known Use: 1676See Words from the same year
BUNGALOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bungalow for English Language Learners
: a house that is all on one level
: a house that has one main level and a second smaller level above
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