Building and Homestead


Building noun - Something built as a dwelling, shelter, or place for human activity.

Homestead and building are semantically related In some cases you can use "Homestead" instead a noun "Building".

Nearby Words: build, buildup, builder


Homestead noun - The home and adjacent grounds occupied by a family.
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Synonyms for Homestead

Building and homestead are semantically related in human habitat topic. Sometimes you can use "Building" instead a noun "Homestead".

Nearby Word: homesteader

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / FrontierVille Cosmetic Award: Nearly every building and decoration, save a handful of functional ones, is there simply to make your farm homestead look pretty.
  • From his capitol office building in Little Rock, Governor Clinton has helped remold his state into a competitive player in economic business and industry, while maintaining his state's traditional homestead heritage and rugged natural beauty.
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