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The meaning of Unhouseled

ʌnˈhaʊz(ə)ld

Unhouseled – definition

adjective

Not having received the eucharist.

Usage examples:

He feared the child would die unhouseled

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无家可归

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Niet gehuisvest

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Sans logement

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Unbehaust

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अगृहीत

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Senza casa

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집이 없는

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Бездомный

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Sin hogar

Word origin

mid 16th century: from un-1 ‘not’ + the past participle of obsolete housel ‘offer the Eucharist to’, from housel ‘Eucharist’.

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