The average household spends more on housing than on food.

domestic, private, etc.
rural, urban
poor, wealthy

He was a member of the royal household.

middle-class, working-class
high-income, low-income, poor, etc.
family, married-couple, single-parent, single-person, etc.
maintain, manage, run

households headed by a single parent

set up

Becoming an adult and setting up a household no longer mean the same thing.

appliance, contents (esp. BrE), furniture, goods, item, product

The household contents are covered by a separate insurance policy.

bills, budget, debt, expenditure, expenses, income, savings
chore, duties, task
garbage (AmE), rubbish (BrE), trash (AmE), waste
the head of the household

The head of the household is responsible for completing the form.

Household is used with these nouns: ↑appliance, ↑article, ↑budget, ↑cat, ↑chemical, ↑chore, ↑cleaner, ↑composition, ↑consumption, ↑dust, ↑duty, ↑expenditure, ↑expense, ↑finance, ↑formation, ↑fuel, ↑furniture, ↑gadget, ↑garbage, ↑goods, ↑help, ↑hint, ↑income, ↑insurance, ↑item, ↑linen, ↑management, ↑member, ↑name, ↑object, ↑pet, ↑plumbing, ↑product, ↑refrigerator, ↑refuse, ↑responsibility, ↑rubbish, ↑saving, ↑sector, ↑servant, ↑shrine, ↑size, ↑structure, ↑survey, ↑task, ↑wares, ↑waste, ↑wealth, ↑word

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