House and Office


House noun - A commercial or industrial activity or organization.

Office and house are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Office" instead a noun "House".


Office noun - A large unit of a governmental, business, or educational organization.

House and office are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "House" instead a noun "Office".

Nearby Words: official, officer

How words are described

fancy fancy house fancy office
burning burning house burning office
old old house old office
nice nice house nice office
Other adjectives: public, complete, original, empty, poor, small, actual, entire, real, large, huge, main, new, abandoned, imperial, titular, next, local, locked.

Both words in one sentence

  • Sinister Surveillance Hidden cameras in every single fire detector in his office and house (even the bathrooms) and using his own phone to eavesdrop on him.
  • Film / The Dark Knight Gordon: [looking at the file Stephens has given him] Someone with access to your house or office must have lifted a tissue or a... glass, or [notices Loeb drinking] Wait, WAIT!
  • Series / True Detective However, Vinci PD already has an investigation open into Caspere's disapearance/kidnapping and they have possession of the evidence from his house and office.
Cite this Source
Office and House. (2016). Retrieved 2023, June 08, from
House & Office. N.p., 2016. Web. 08 Jun. 2023. <>.
Office or House. 2016. Accessed June 08, 2023.
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