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house points

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house points (uncountable)

  1. (chiefly in the plural, UK) Point awarded to a member of the house of a grammar school or public school for sporting and other achievement.
  2. (humorous) "Points" awarded in jest in a domestic environment for doing some task (such as clearing out the garage.)

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