Examples of houseguest in a Sentence
We have houseguests this weekend.
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More houseguests follow, bringing more chaos along with them, until Lawrence and Bardem’s country home begins to feel like the epicenter of an unhappy and disordered universe.
The movie, until now a sly Buñuelian riff on the awfulness of uninvited houseguests, settles into a deeper kind of horror: the fear of being ignored and cast aside.
Bojack has a freeloading permanent houseguest named Todd (Aaron Paul), another human in the mix.
Woman’s marital slights turn into the nuisance of more and more uninvited houseguests (starting with Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer as a creepy married couple), and then global calamity invades.
The newcomers turn out to be houseguests from hell, and their presence creates an increased exasperation for Lawrence's character, who really just wants to be left alone with her hubby.
Ryan put metal numerals on the bedroom doors, hotel style, so that her frequent houseguests could easily identify their rooms.
While the majority of people would say no, some brave homebuyers are willing to put up with otherworldly houseguests as long as the price is right, according to Realtor.com's Haunted House Real Estate Survey.
And every year, the new houseguests would replace the old ones on the wall, in the pool, in the bedrooms, and no one would say a word.
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HOUSEGUEST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of houseguest for English Language Learners
: a person who visits and usually stays in someone's home overnight
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