Definition of houseguest
: guest 1a
Examples of houseguest in a Sentence
We have houseguests this weekend.
Recent Examples of houseguest from the Web
In the public imagination, America is the brash young houseguest: violent, forthright with opinion, unimpressed by pretentious tradition, and permanently unable to shake off an unfortunate background in trade.
Arriving empty handed as a Fourth of July houseguest is simply not an option.
And the flannel now has its own special spot in the bathroom, in a location where houseguests won’t mistake it for a hand towel and rub their grungy hands all over it.
The latest filing marked the sixth time Emanuel has reported staying as a houseguest of Herman, who calls himself a close friend and fishing pal of the mayor's.
Your job as a houseguest is to tell them how adorable their pet is.
Individual scenes lack shape and pacing, lingering like a four-day houseguest.
The 67-year-old prime minister proved an eccentric houseguest.
On Dec. 27, a man called Denver police after he was assaulted by a houseguest in the 3600 block of High Street.
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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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