frame house

noun
a house constructed with a skeleton framework of timber, as the ordinary wooden house.

Origin:
1545–55

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frame house
 
n
a house that has a timber framework and cladding

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Example sentences
They are fragments of dreams in a garage near a small white frame house with a
  neighboring red barn in the sweep of the plains.
The house is a small, one-story frame house of a style called pier and beam,
  which means that it sits on blocks.
Earlier this year, an even more studied children's store opened next door, in
  an almost completely reconstructed old frame house.
But those in the know say the fried chicken made in this small frame house is a
  treasure worth saving.
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