noun, plural dog·hous·es [dog-hou-ziz, dog-] /ˈdɒgˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈdɒg-/.
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Idioms for doghouse
Words nearby doghouse
British Dictionary definitions for in the doghouse
Cultural definitions for in the doghouse
Temporarily out of favor or in trouble: “Tyrone forgot his wife's anniversary, and now he's really in the doghouse.”
Idioms and Phrases with in the doghouse (1 of 2)
In disfavor, in trouble, as in Jane knew that forgetting the check would put her in the doghouse. This expression alludes to relegating a dog that misbehaves to its outdoor kennel. [c. 1900]
Idioms and Phrases with in the doghouse (2 of 2)
see in the doghouse.