Definition of Gashouse

1. Noun. gasworks ¹



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Definition of Gashouse

1. a gasworks [n -S] - See also: gasworks

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gashouse

gasfields
gasfired
gasfitter
gasfitters
gasfitting
gashed
gasher
gashes
gashest
gashful
gashing
gashly
gasholder
gasholders
gashouse (current term)
gashouses
gasification
gasifications
gasified
gasifier
gasifiers
gasifies
gasiform
gasify
gasifying
gasket
gaskets
gaskin
gasking

Literary usage of Gashouse

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1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1904)
"Tbe explosion was caused by the gas from the naphtha coming into contact with the flre of the gashouse retorts as the naphtha flowed near by in the sewer, ..."

2. American Fuels by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1922)
"This plant briquetted anthracite screenings, using as a binder pitch made from gashouse tar. Owing to the crude construction of the machinery, ..."

3. Notes on Assaying and Assay Schemes by Pierre de Peyster Ricketts (1876)
"Fire-Brick of all shapes and sizes, gashouse and Greenhouse Tiles, gashouse and Sugarhouse Clay Retorts, Assay Furnaces, Muffles, Bakers' Oven Tiles, ..."

4. Memoirs of a Great Detective: Incidents in the Life of John Wilson Murray by John Wilson Murray (1905)
"I walked fully three miles, past the gashouse, which was locked, before I came to a tavern. Profiting by my former experience I knocked, and when I heard a ..."

5. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1904)
"Tbe explosion was caused by the gas from the naphtha coming into contact with the flre of the gashouse retorts as the naphtha flowed near by in the sewer, ..."

6. American Fuels by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1922)
"This plant briquetted anthracite screenings, using as a binder pitch made from gashouse tar. Owing to the crude construction of the machinery, ..."

7. Notes on Assaying and Assay Schemes by Pierre de Peyster Ricketts (1876)
"Fire-Brick of all shapes and sizes, gashouse and Greenhouse Tiles, gashouse and Sugarhouse Clay Retorts, Assay Furnaces, Muffles, Bakers' Oven Tiles, ..."

8. Memoirs of a Great Detective: Incidents in the Life of John Wilson Murray by John Wilson Murray (1905)
"I walked fully three miles, past the gashouse, which was locked, before I came to a tavern. Profiting by my former experience I knocked, and when I heard a ..."

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