Housed [verb]

Definition of Housed:

stay at temporary residence

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Sentence/Example of Housed:

Arkansas has both The Knights & Orchids Society, and the Griffin-Gracy Educational Retreat & Historical Center, aka House of GG.

At first he says he can’t tell her anything, but then he invites her to his house to see what he can figure out.

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act passed 406 to 3 in the House in September.

At Quincy’s house, Benny Medina and all the executives who could green light the show were in the room.

Now considered one of the “best shows to ever air on television” when the Fresh Prince first got its start in 1990, there was no Living Single or In The House.

So those will go to ones that have children or have multiple people in the house.

House-size boulders balance precariously atop bony spires, surrounded by prehistoric rubble.

The idea was to get people up the hill, let them figure out the descent, and house them at night in lodges akin to barracks.

Stop justifying or spinning the reality that public and private polls blew it in too many places, from Wisconsin to individual House races.

A Loudoun County man was sentenced to 42 years in prison Wednesday for the 2017 stabbing of his wife while their three young children slept elsewhere in the house.