Definition of Housey

1. Adjective. resembling house music ¹



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Definition of Housey

1. typical of house music (disco mixes) [adj HOUSIER, HOUSIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housey

housewiferies
housewifery
housewifey
housewifing
housewifish
housewifization
housewive
housewived
housewives
housewiving
housework
houseworks
housewrecker
housewright
housewrights
housey (current term)
housey-housey
housie
housier
housiest
housing
housing commissioner
housing development
housing estate
housing estates
housing for the elderly
housing industry
housing project
housing start
housings

Literary usage of Housey

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1. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"His coat is so hover ' is said of an animal whose coat sticks up. House [houz]. v, to get the corn into the barn. So Halliwell (South). housey [houri], adj. ..."

2. A Window in Thrums by James Matthew Barrie (1898)
"Weel, when he was a probationer he was michty poor, an' one day he was walkin' into Thrums frae Glen A LITTLE housey IN GLEN ..."

3. Original Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1876)
"His coat is so hover' is said of an animal whose coat sticks up. House [houz], v. to get the corn into the barn. So Halliwell (South). housey ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1882)
"Ilia coat is so hover ' is said of an animal whoso coat sticks up. House [houz]. v. to get the corn into the barn. So Halliwell (South). housey [houz'i] ..."

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