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Definition of "housed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of house. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "housed" in a sentence
  • "The mansion to which Nelson refers is the mountaintop studio in upper New York state, near Woodstock, where the label housed the band with producer Owen Morris (Oasis, the Verve ... and no relation to George) to begin production on the mini-album."
  • "A diluted apple juice addiction that soothed them as soon as they gripped the handles As they got older, they moved on to the juice box -- six ounces of fruit-flavored heroin housed in a plastic coated box complete with precious straw."
  • "I can see the argument that says that this should have gone to trial to determine if the university should have made special arrangements for the defendant to remain housed in a different dorm even if nobody else was in that dorm for the intersession period (reading between the lines, that seems to be the argument made by Nero, and partially accepted by the majority opinion)."