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snout house

snout house
 n.— «The proposal attacks what critics call “snout houses”—residences with the garages protruding in front of the living area.» —“Council Expects Full House For Design Rules Meeting” by Janet Christ Oregonian (Portland) June 29, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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