house-to-house

adjective
\ˌhau̇s-tə-ˈhau̇s \

Definition of house-to-house 

: going or done by going from one building to the next house-to-house fighting

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1844, in the meaning defined above

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house-to-house

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of house-to-house

: going or made by going to each house, apartment, or building in an area

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