a place maintained by the civil authorities for persons charged with a crime, and sometimes for witnesses, awaiting trial.
- House officer
/ˈhaʊsmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (med) a doctor who is the most junior member of the medical staff of a hospital, usually resident in the hospital US and Canadian equivalent intern house officer n. An intern or resident who is employed by a hospital to provide service to patients during the period the intern or […]
noun 1. Also called house of worship, house of prayer. a building devoted to religious worship; a church, synagogue, temple, chapel, etc. 2. Also, House of God. Islam. . noun 1. a church, temple, or chapel
noun 1. a house of prostitution; whorehouse; brothel. noun 1. a euphemistic name for brothel
noun 1. the lower house of the legislature of the Isle of Man. noun 1. the lower chamber of the legislature of the Isle of Man