Definition of House trailer
1. Noun. A wheeled vehicle that can be pulled by a car or truck and is equipped for occupancy.
Specialized synonyms: Camper Trailer, Manufactured Home, Mobile Home
Generic synonyms: Wheeled Vehicle
Derivative terms: Trail
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Lexicographical Neighbors of House Trailer
Literary usage of House trailer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Tiger's Child by John Neu (2006)
"When they turned onto the dirt road leading to Pickett's house trailer, Will felt his heart begin to beat faster. He hated confrontations and hoped that ..."
2. Improving Planting Stock Quality: The Humboldt Experience by James L. Jenkinson (1995)
"Henry (Hank) Doll, the new nursery's first superintendent, rented a 28-ft house trailer to use as an office. Survey lines were run, pit toilets were dug, ..."
3. Women in Congress, 1917-1990 by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"Two years later, after campaigning out of a house trailer and travelling extensively through the district, she defeated Oakman to win election to the ..."
4. Fuel Usage and the Health of Navajo Women and Children: Development of Clean ...by Wayne G. Bragg by Wayne G. Bragg (1995)
"Type of house: Traditional hogan Modern hogan Modern house Trailer or mobile home BIA housing Other (describe) ____^_ 3. Number of rooms 4. ..."
5. Choosing a Wheelchair System edited by Seldon P. Todd, Jr. (1992)
"... then not being able to maneuver in tight places in his house trailer, then not being able to cross even a short distance of gravel outside his house. ..."
6. Manufactured Housing: A HUD User Resource Guideby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... house trailer" gained currency for what was becoming an acceptable, albeit marginal, year-round housing option. The emergence of the term "mobile home" ..."
7. Network Security by David J. Stang (1991)
"My first lesson with power problems was in a house trailer. Every night at 9 PM the ceiling light would get much brighter as some nearby factory shut ..."