farmhouse

[fahrm-hous]
noun, plural farmhouses [fahrm-hou-ziz] .
a house on a farm, especially the one used by the farmer and farmer's family.

Origin:
1590–1600; farm + house

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farmhouse (ˈfɑːmˌhaʊs)
 
n
1.  a house attached to a farm, esp the dwelling from which the farm is managed
2.  (Brit) Also called: farmhouse loaf a large white loaf, baked in a tin, with slightly curved sides and top

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The words she croaks in her thatch-roofed, mud-brick farmhouse are precious.
Bored living alone in a little farmhouse, he came up with a model for a betting
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The final phase involved leasing an isolated farmhouse.
Salinas took his robot to a rural farmhouse selected by the police.
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