[hous-fah-th er] /ˈhaʊsˌfɑ ðər/
a man responsible for a group of young people, as students, living in a dormitory, hostel, etc.
a man in charge of the welfare of a particular group of children in an institution such as a children’s home or approved school
noun 1. a small common finch, Carpodacus mexicanus, originally of the western U.S. and Mexico and now widely distributed: the males have a red forehead, throat, breast, and rump.
noun 1. a flag flown by a merchant ship, bearing the emblem of its owners or operators.
[hous-flahy] /ˈhaʊsˌflaɪ/ noun, plural houseflies. 1. a medium-sized, gray-striped , Musca domestica, common around human habitations in nearly all parts of the world. /ˈhaʊsˌflaɪ/ noun (pl) -flies 1. a common dipterous fly, Musca domestica, that frequents human habitations, spreads disease, and lays its eggs in carrion, decaying vegetables, etc: family Muscidae n. early 15c., from […]
[hous-foo l] /ˈhaʊs fʊl/ noun, plural housefuls. 1. as many as a will accommodate: a houseful of weekend guests. 2. as much as a will hold: He had several housefuls of furniture. /ˈhaʊsfʊl/ noun 1. the full amount or number that can be accommodated in a particular house c.1300, from house (n.) + -ful.