Examples of playhouse in a Sentence
they're renovating the old playhouse and adding extra screens
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Fagundes remembers the day a family showed up with a loaded pickup truck to move into a neighbor’s backyard playhouse.
Outside, there’s lush landscaping, a custom children’s playhouse, a heated pool with spa, an expansive patio and 100 feet of deep-water frontage, with a dock and boatlift.
The billionaire Dallas Cowboys owner provided his quarterback with the ultimate playhouse, that oh-so-ostentatious Taj Mahal of the prairie that’s called AT&T Stadium.
The Petersen House is located directly across from Ford's Theatre, the Washington, D.C., playhouse where Lincoln was shot in the back of the head by John Wilkes Booth on the night of April 14, 1865.
The community also has a playhouse, farm-to-table restaurants and several local businesses all surrounded by splotches of open spaces.
Steve Allen Theater This 99-seat playhouse was home to a loose troupe of regular performers who created some real theatrical magic from cardboard sets, lots of heart, and the occasional bucket of fake blood.
Kelly’s morning show is not giving itself over fully to advocacy or even politics; when the interview was over, the show came back from commercial to find Kelly unveiling a My Little Pony playhouse as part of a Christmas toys segment.
The family says the playhouse isn’t an eyesore and isn’t hurting anybody.
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First Known Use of playhouse
before 12th century
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