Habitrail house
 n.— «Carl Kietzke of Seattle, the president of the International Fire Buffs Associates, said that up and down the West Coast he had heard the phrase “Habitrail house,” referring to buildings there that firefighters have likened to rambling, unkempt rodent cages.» —“‘Collyers’ Mansion’ Is Code for Firefighters’ Nightmare” by Andy Newman New York Times July 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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