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arena the building or enclosure housing an arena. [1/4 definitions]
auditorium a large room in which performances, speeches, and the like are given in front of an audience, or a building housing such a space.
barrack (usu. pl.) a large, plain building or group of buildings, esp. used as temporary housing for soldiers. [1/3 definitions]
bell tower a tower housing one or more bells.
cowling the removable metal housing of an aircraft engine, often designed as part of the fuselage.
crankcase the housing enclosing an engine's crankshaft and its connecting parts.
developer someone engaged in buying land and developing it for housing, businesses, recreation, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
dovecote a boxlike structure with compartments, usu. mounted above the ground, for housing domesticated pigeons.
estate (chiefly British) a piece of land where the houses or other buildings, often all similar in type, are built together according to a plan; housing development. [1/4 definitions]
FHA abbreviation of "Federal Housing Administration."
flange a collar or rim that projects from a pipe, housing, or the like to provide strength, stability, or a place for attaching other parts. [1/2 definitions]
garden (often. pl.) a public park or recreation area, often devoted to the housing and display of plants or animals. [1/6 definitions]
gearbox the gears and housing that constitute a transmission, esp. of a motor vehicle.
Habitat for Humanity a non-profit worldwide housing organization founded in 1976 that recruits volunteers to build houses purchased through interest-free loans by the needy.
honey pot the wax structure housing honey, made esp. by bumblebees, for storage. [1/3 definitions]
hotbox a metal bearing and its housing, as on a railroad car, that have been overheated by excessive friction of an axle.
housing project a publicly funded and administered housing development, usu. for low-income families.
HUD abbreviation of "Housing and Urban Development."
Kremlin the citadel of Moscow, housing the government offices of Russia; Russian government (prec. by the).
lantern a housing or case with openings or transparent sections through which light can shine, used to protect, transport, direct, or ornament the light it contains. [1/3 definitions]
light bulb an incandescent electric light, or the bulb-shaped glass housing that encloses its filament.