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houseless

[ hous-lis ]
/ ˈhaʊs lɪs /
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adjective

without a house or houses.

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Origin of houseless

First recorded in 1350–1400, houseless is from the Middle English word housles.See house, -less

OTHER WORDS FROM houseless

house·less·ness, noun
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