The word almshouse means a residential habitat, generally for older people or the homeless, providing accommodation for the poor and needy. It can also mean a charitable housing that is granted to allow people to live in a particular community.
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NOUN [PLURAL ALMS·HOUS·ES, CHIEFLY BRITISH]
a house endowed by private charity for the reception and support of the aged or infirm poor.
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