dollhouse

[dol-hous]
noun, plural dollhouses [dol-hou-ziz] .
1.
a miniature house the scale of children's dolls.
2.
a cozy, diminutive home, as a small cottage or housetrailer.
Also, especially British, doll's house.


Origin:
1775–85; doll + house

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Example sentences
Different kinds of lighting could set the mood, and the occasional well-placed dollhouse prop could fill in the story.
When it comes down to it, you're playing with a geek dollhouse.
Children will be entertained by an intricate dollhouse.
Two areas with relevance for human contact were sampled, including a dollhouse and a desk.
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