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    a derogatory word describing houses or locations that are somehow undesirable because of the presence of a lot of bungalows or because they have the negative characteristics of bungalows
    The houses were of a uniform design, built in two storeys but conveying a bungaloid effect. (William Trevor)
    Submitted by Harris Park from United Kingdom on 03/12/2009 10:50:00

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