Word of the Day: Guesthouse

guesthouse guest-house / gĕst-hous   noun 1.  a small structure for guests to dwell that is separate from the main house The gated one-third-acre compound includes a Southern Colonial-style main house built in 1921, a guesthouse and a swimming pool. Lauren Beale, “Orson Welles’ former home in Sunset Strip area is for sale”, ‘Los Angeles Times’, www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-hotprop-orson-welles-20110729-story.html,  July 29, 2011   2. a bed-and-breakfast; a house that provides lodging and breakfast for paying guests That guesthouse down the road, is it still running? From “Makers” by Cory Doctorow, 1971 –