a house designed for occupation by two families in contiguous apartments, as on separate floors.
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How to use two-family house in a sentence
“I was born to sue,” he says in the two-family house in downtown Reno he practices out of.
There, she lived in a two-family house with chipped green paint and a dilapidated exterior.
He had no interest in his wife's movements; the two-family house on Ash Street was beyond her range!The Vehement Flame | Margaret Wade Campbell Deland
She's married to a shipping clerk and lives in a little two-family house up on Washington Heights.The Fifth Ace | Douglas Grant
A double or two-family house of similar proportions was built next, as shown in Fig. 139.Carpentry and Woodwork | Edwin W. Foster
"And I never did like the idea of livin' in a two-family house," declared Hephzy.Kent Knowles: Quahaug | Joseph C. Lincoln