\\dəsˈhau̇z, (ˈ)dis|h-\ transitive verb
Etymology: dis- (I) + house (n.)
1. : to deprive of a house : put out of a house
2. : to clear (an area) of houses

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  • Dishouse — Dis*house , v. t. To deprive of house or home. Dishoused villagers. James White. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dishouse — v. deprive of a home, deprive of house …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dishouse — dis·house …   English syllables

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