row house

[roh]
noun
1.
one of a row of houses having uniform, or nearly uniform, plans and fenestration and usually having a uniform architectural treatment, as in certain housing developments.
2.
a house having at least one side wall in common with a neighboring dwelling.

Origin:
1935–40

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row house (rəʊ)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): terraced house a house that is part of a terrace

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Example sentences
There are also a few row house groupings and duplexes along the edges of the
  community.
If you live in a row house or townhome and have not yet ordered a wheeled
  recycling cart.
These neighborhoods are characterized by the ubiquitous row house, constructed
  of brick and usually three or four stories high.
The district is made up of large individual houses, duplexes, small row house
  groupings and a few apartment houses.
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