homette
 n.— «The man…has been living beachside in Adelaide in a cream-brick semi, called in South Australian parlance a “homette.” It is a modest abode, where the small loungeroom has just one small concession to luxury—a chandelier.» —“Strange tale of Oday’s escape” by Debra Jopson, Lisa Pryor Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Dec. 10, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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