houseguest houseguest  /ˈhaʊs ɡɛst/


  • (n) a guest entertained in your house


  1. In the days after her aquatic houseguest visited, Suu Kyi was reportedly feeling unwell.
  2. The actor-houseguest was one of Clark's biggest problems.
  3. The mono-named Jason begins the book with a simply-drawn parable of death as a lonely houseguest whose hosts keep dying.


  • 'Antiques Roadshow' attracted to flavor of Flagler era

    Arlie Sulka would be the kind of houseguest everyone wants - especially if you had a house full of things. On Saturday, she was browsing through some of the "things" at Flagler College as a sort of preamble to a segment for PBS' "Antiques Roadshow.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The St. Augustine Record

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  1. Stewart said, "He could be a funny boyfriend. ...... (You should) invite me as a houseguest or something."
    on Aug 8, 2006 By: Martha Stewart Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  2. "Present and future generations may become acquainted with that old, formerly familiar but unwelcome houseguest-famine," writes Heinberg.
    on May 28, 2008 By: Richard Heinberg Source: Energy Bulletin

  3. "As a houseguest, he was amusing but ultimately difficult," Wenner said. "He was a night creature and kept everyone up."
    on Apr 18, 2008 By: Jann Wenner Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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