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English definition of “in the doghouse”

in the doghouse

in a situation in which someone is angry at you for something you did or did not do: If I don’t do something for Mother’s Day, I’ll really be in the doghouse.
(Definition of in the doghouse from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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