fraternity house

noun
a house occupied by a college or university fraternity.

Origin:
1900–05

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Example sentences
Anybody that lived in his fraternity house would tell you.
Carrier-players were more likely than controls to lived on campus in a dormitory or fraternity house.
One nest was located in the yard of a fraternity house, at a busy intersection.
In exchange for a room, he waited tables and fired up the furnace in a fraternity house.
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