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tree house

a small house, especially one for children to play in, built or placed up in the branches of a tree.
Origin of tree house
1895-1900 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for tree house
  • Sam can make out, nestled up in the crook of the maple tree, the tree house his father built for him.
  • It suggested a tree house, yet it could be folded up to fit on a car's roof.
  • Inside is a double-height atrium with a spectacular tree house.
  • Climb the giant indoor tree house to enjoy a tea party or tinker with tools in the museum's hands-on garage.
  • Also there is a hair salon in a tree house right next to the hotel.
  • Exhibits include an indoor tree house, a music room and a school house.
  • During the day, bring the kids to play in the large tree house next to the patio.
  • He's building a tree house for stargazing, for instance, and training staff to do coin tricks for younger guests.
  • Most of the cars at the nation's premiere aftermarket parts show don't come with a tree house.
  • Whether the tree house is an accessory structure is a fairly debatable question.

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