dollhouse dollhouse  /ˈdɑl ˌhaʊs/


  1. (n) a house so small that it is likened to a child's plaything
  2. (n) a small model of a house used as a toy by children



  1. MOVIE FEATURE: World of tiny people offers 'Epic' adventure

    If you love fairy tales, dollhouses or collecting miniatures, then you'll appreciate 'Epic.'
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Greenville News

  2. Amy Acker on Much Ado About Nothing and Joss Whedon’s Dance Parties

    Joss Whedon fans already know how wonderful Amy Acker is — she was Fred and then Illyria on Angel, Dr. Claire Saunders and then Whiskey on Dollhouse, and Lin in The Cabin in the Woods. And if these parts didn't showcase enough of her abilities (with her shifting and/or mysterious ... More »
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Vulture

  3. Doll houses are adult’s play for Mary and Herb Brauer

    Mary Brauer got her first dollhouse from Santa Claus back in 1943, and since then she and husband Herb have built and decorated dozens of small, ideals homes for themselves.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Redwood Falls Gazette

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  1. "I think this week (as Dollhouse is being taped) I'm on a motorcycle in leather pants, then I'm jumping out of a moving vehicle, and maybe on a rock face, jumping out of a plane," Dushku said. "That works for me. I like to be on the move."
    on Jul 21, 2008 By: Eliza Dushku Source: London Free Press

  2. "It's characters from 'Welcome to the Dollhouse' and 'Happiness' whose paths converge. It's all different people playing the same roles," Reubens said of the plot. "I'm playing a role someone else played in one of those movies."
    on Jan 3, 2008 By: Paul Reubens Source:

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