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HOUS'ED, participle passive s as z. Put under cover; sheltered.

HOUS'ING, participle present tense s as z. Covering; sheltering.

1. Warped; crooked, as a brick.

HOUS'ING, noun Houses in general.

1. A cloth laid over a saddle.

2. A piece of cloth fastened to the hinder part of a saddle, and covering the horse's croup; called also boot-housing.

3. [See Houseline.]