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tract house


noun

a house forming part of a real-estate development, usually having a plan and appearance common to some or all of the houses in the development.

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Nearby words

tracksuit, trackwalker, trackway, track‐train dynamics, tract, tract house, tract society, tractable, tractarian, tractarianism, tractate

Origin of tract house

First recorded in 1955–60
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