(名詞) 住在很小的房子的人；熱愛很小的房子的人。亦寫成 tiny-houser。
The 11-acre campground along Highway 198, just before the village of Lemon Cove, is nestled into the rolling hills and shaded by small olive trees. There are 55 sites with more than half having electric and water hookups. The other half of the sites are for tiny housers who want to live off the grid.
—Bonhia Lee, "Home sweet tiny home: Valley houses fill less than 300 square feet," The Fresno Bee, December 21, 2014
Johnston's "Meetup" group currently consists of 180 "tiny housers." They get together once a month to talk about where and how to build, how to educate others and how to advocate with government and community stakeholders.
—Josh Green, "Advocate: Atlanta's Tiny House Movement is 'Growing Fast'," Curbed, February 24, 2015