Words nearby housewarming
How to use housewarming in a sentence
Several city councilmen stood on the porch with housewarming gifts.Occupy Our Homes: Wall Street Protests’ New Frontier|Michelle Goldberg|December 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
I'm going to give a housewarming soon, and I came over to ask Williams here where he bought his graphophone and records.
And they say that Bernard Rollins, the portraiture man, is mixed up in the housewarming too.
The affair culminated last evening, the nuptial ceremony being a housewarming tendered by the club.The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 2 of 2)|Ida Husted Harper
I have now to tell how Aunt Angela was as good as her word about the housewarming of her new abode.The Debit Account|Oliver Onions
They are giving their housewarming, though they have been only three days settled.
British Dictionary definitions for housewarming
- a party given after moving into a new home
- (as modifier)a house-warming party