1. (v) to consume a substantial quantity quickly, completely, and with purpose.
2. (v) to beat in competition.
3. (v) to dominate.
1. David got home after not eating all day and housed two enormous Chipotle burritos.
2. We played the ladies' Ultimate Frisbee team last night and they destroyed us 5-1. They completely housed us.
3. Jane totally housed the GRE: she got a perfect score.
A bigger older woman with sexual desires towards younger men. (Usually a housewife.)
"Wow! That chick is a house!"
"Did you see that house hitting on me?"
Derived from its simple beginnings in the Mars University episode of Futurama, house! can be used suffixed to any word or phrase to indicate your displeasure with that word or phrase.
On its own it forms a negative exclamation.
1. ROBOT HOUSE!
2. Contracting AIDS house!
3. "Fergus, why did you eat the fire-alarm?"
"I was making house!"
1. If you live in the countryside (n). Plural of house
. A dwelling, domicile, or place where people live.
2. If you live in a big city (n). Public housing. Places with the term "houses" affixed to them are typically known as projects
; the term is applied to them in a feeble attempt to make them to seem more desirable.
Many times, these will be named after famous minorities.
1. Look at those houses over yonder hill.
Taxicab driver: Where are you headed?
Guy: Oh, just over to the Garvey Houses. How much?
Taxican driver: ...you mean the Marcus Garvey Projects? Hell no. Get out.
Similar to holmes
, just a more humorous way of saying it. Holmes sounds like homes; houses is also plural form of home.
1> Sup, Holmes, what's crackalating?
2> Not much, Houses.
Come on! Let's go into my house
(v.) To rough-up or physically overbear without the use of extreme violence.
I saw a huge bouncer completely house a drunk guy last night.
I didn't want to leave any marks on the guy, so I just housed him until he stopped fighting back.