Hull House


noun
  1. a settlement house in Chicago, Ill., founded in 1889 by Jane Addams.

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How to use Hull House in a sentence

  • I reckon I cd move de Hull House if I had time enough, an as fer de horsehuh!

    Three Little Women | Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • Excellent not a Hull House, not a pea soup, no bill no care, no precise no past pearl pearl goat.

    Tender Buttons | Gertrude Stein
  • Miss Addams has not only made Hull House a beautiful place; she has stocked it with curious and interesting objects.

    A Preface to Politics | Walter Lippmann
  • For Hull House differs from most settlements in that it is full of pictures, of color, and of curios.

    A Preface to Politics | Walter Lippmann
  • How right she was has been abundantly proved by the splendid work Hull House has done.

    American Men of Mind | Burton E. Stevenson