Farmhouse [noun]

Definition of Farmhouse:

large estate

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Sentence/Example of Farmhouse:

His parents were theater people who lived in a farmhouse in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley.

When I started, I spent a lot of time on front porches of farmhouses in rocking chairs, eating apple pie with the landowners.

In 2018, not long after he signed his second contract, Moses decided to build the farmhouse in Northern Virginia.

In the distance was a single overhead light by the back door of a farmhouse.

What might be of a disturbing nature in the old farmhouse could not, she thought, be as fearsome as the approaching tempest.

Just as Mr. Darwood drove around to the door with his sleigh Andy came back to the farmhouse.

The Darwood farmhouse set back from the road, among some cedar trees.

Here and there was a farmhouse or a country home on a slope, set in the midst of fields just turning green.

When Willy was two years old, he lived in a red farmhouse with a yard in front of it.

The thatched roof farmhouse where he was born is still standing on the outskirts of the village.