Bungalows [noun]

Definition of Bungalows:

tiny house; lodging

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Real estate here is small cottage and bungalow types that work perfectly for the LGBTQ community.

A decade after Lee’s grandfather’s death, and shortly after her grandmother’s, Lee’s mother finds a sealed envelope while cleaning out their small bungalow in Niagara Falls.

So we were at this little cul de sac, this little complex of like bungalows, and we were kind of waiting for them to burn.

Passing a bungalow that was blazing furiously, he saw in the compound the corpses of two women.

One evening in the month of April, a slim, straight-backed girl stood in the veranda of a bungalow at Meerut.

For he saw her looking up into his eyes as once before on the lawn of her English bungalow four months ago.

The body of a young woman was found in the compound outside my bungalow, done to death in precisely the same way.

I found here the handsomest bungalow I had seen during the whole journey from Benares to Bombay.

That was why he was here now, with scarcely enough resources to pay the rent of his bungalow and the expenses of living.

As they started up the steps to the Fulton bungalow, Morley came out to the porch and charged down toward them.