a novel (1851) by Hawthorne.
noun 1. a periodical issued by a business or other establishment for its employees, customers, and other interested readers, presenting news about the firm, its products, and its personnel. noun 1. a periodical published by an organization for its employees or clients
noun 1. a person whose occupation is painting houses.
[hous-boht] /ˈhaʊsˌboʊt/ noun 1. a flat-bottomed, bargelike fitted for use as a floating dwelling but not for rough water. verb (used without object) 2. to travel or live on a houseboat. /ˈhaʊsˌbəʊt/ noun 1. a stationary boat or barge used as a home n. 1790, from house (n.) + boat (n.).
noun 1. confinement of an arrested person to his or her residence or to a public place, as a hospital, instead of in a jail: He was under house arrest until the day of his trial. noun 1. confinement to one’s own home Forcible detention in one’s house rather than in a prison. House arrest […]