Definition of dollhouse
1 : a child's small-scale toy house
2 : a dwelling so small as to suggest a house for dolls
Recent Examples of dollhouse from the Web
Jacques rolled these up, as if packing the rugs in a dollhouse, and wound them into coils.
There are puzzles and coloring books, dollhouses and action figures.
So Fitzpatrick decided to use Norwood's plans to build dollhouses to use as a tool for his class.
GFWC Newington/Wethersfield Woman's Club members Carol Veklund, Joyce Blake, Joyce Brown and Jo Late finished their latest dollhouse and will be taking it to the Sturbridge Miniatures Festival, taking place on June 3-4.
Landis used a bed that was meant for a dollhouse and decorated the piece by using fabric and faux foliage from the art supply store.
To take this scenario even further, one Redditor (via Refinery29) points out that there was a major difference between Spencer’s real bedroom and her dollhouse room, which was ostensibly an exact replica of the real one.
Carol Veklund, Joyce Blake, Joyce Brown and Jo Late finished their latest dollhouse and will be taking it to the Sturbridge Miniatures Festival, taking place on June 3-4.
Schapiro and other female artists created an immersive installation in the dining room, mimicking the process girls follow when decorating dollhouses.
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Definition of dollhouse for English Language Learners
: a small toy house that is used by children for playing with dolls
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