housewarming (party)

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housewarming (party)

A party thrown to celebrate when someone moves into a new apartment, flat, or house. We're having a little housewarming next week to get to know our neighbors and feel a bit more at home here. Are you going to the neighbor's housewarming party? I think it will be a nice way to welcome them to the neighborhood.
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You decide to have a house warming party and invite over several dozen of your closest friends.
But Amy's house warming party won't just be remembered as the night Belle threw up on a rug.
SuBo said: "I had a house warming party in January - new year, new house.
Fun-loving John Fraser had been to a house warming party in Newcastle and returned to a friend's home where he stayed the night.
He kept me entertained for ages and when he asked me if I would like to go to his house warming party I jumped at the chance.
I HAD a belated house warming party for both of my friends and people who helped build my new house.
THE truth was definitely out there when Paul McKinney released floating lanterns into the sky at his house warming party.
He now plans to have a house warming party for his family, friends and team-mates.
LEICESTER CITY are the perfect example of the madness of the new era in the Nationwide League - but it didn't put a dampener on the house warming party for their swanky pounds 35million Walkers Stadium.
The house should be completed by Christmas and then I'm going to have a big house warming party.