Definition of house row in English:

house row

noun

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  • A row, series, or street of houses. In early use often in "†by (also in) house-row": according to the order or succession of houses; house by house (obsolete).

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Wright (d. 1624). From house + row.

Pronunciation

house row

/ˈhaʊs rəʊ/