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almshouse definition

  • noun:
    • A poorhouse.
    • Chiefly British a property for bad this is certainly maintained by exclusive charity.
    • A building of residence the poor, sick or senior of a parish. Initially started by the Church. Usually a charity counting on donations for funding.
    • a home appropriated when it comes to use of the poor; a poorhouse.
    • A house appropriated when it comes to use of the bad that sustained by the public or by a revenue produced from personal endowment; a poor-house.
    • A poorhouse.
    • Chiefly British A home for poor which maintained by exclusive charity.
    • A building of residence for bad, ill or senior of a parish. Originally launched because of the Church. Frequently a charity depending on donations for money.
    • a property appropriated for the use of the bad; a poorhouse.
    • a residence appropriated for use of the bad who're supported by the general public or by a revenue produced by exclusive endowment; a poor-house.
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