Search by Category

Phrases and Words in House / Home Page 17 - find Articles, facts, Phrases, and information about : House / Home. This dictionary is Free to use

Search Results

Showing results 161 to 170 for '' of about 300
Colonnade
Colonnade.html
Colonnade: A support used for roofs. Evenly spaced columns, composed of a series of arches "curved shape" supported by columns.
Color scheme
Color-scheme.html
Color scheme: Combination of colors used in decorating the interior of a house or building
Come down to
Come-down-to.html
Come down to: Represent something in a fundamental manner basically amount to deal with or confront straight to the point visit (e.g.: "why dont you come down to my hous
Commodious
Commodious.html
Commodious: Adapted to its use or purpose, or to wants and necessities serviceable spacious and convenient roomy and comfortable as, a commodious house. "A commodious dra
Compartment
Compartment.html
Compartment: One of the parts into which an inclosed portion of space is divided, as by partitions, or lines as, the compartments of a cabinet, a house, or a garden. In t
Completely furnished
Completely-furnished.html
Completely furnished: Equipped with all the necessary appliances and furniture (apartment, house, etc.)
Compounder
Compounder.html
Compounder: One who, or that which, compounds or mixes as, a compounder of medicines. One who attempts to bring persons or parties to terms of agreement, or to accomplish
Conchometer
Conchometer.html
Conchometer: An instrument for measuring shells, or the angle of their spire.
Conchometry
Conchometry.html
Conchometry: The art of measuring shells or their curves conchyliometry.
Dictionary UK, is a free platform for people all across the world to share information and ideas. Contact Us so we can remove any copyright work you find. We are trying to build a free resources that could help scholars, academics and business people all over. We would like professionals and academics to contribute to this Editable dictionary. Ediit any word you like on Dictionary UK, as long as you know what your talking about.




www.DictionaryUK.com