Definition of Ginhouses

1. Noun. (plural of ginhouse) ¹

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Definition of Ginhouses

1. ginhouse [n] - See also: ginhouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ginhouses

gingko
gingkoes
gingkos
gingle
gingles
ginglyform
ginglymi
ginglymoarthrodial
ginglymodi
ginglymoid
ginglymoid joint
ginglymoidal
ginglymus
gings
ginhouse
ginhouses (current term)
giniite
gink
ginkgo
ginkgo family
ginkgoes
ginkgolide
ginkgolides
ginkgophyte
ginkgophytes
ginkgos
ginks
ginlike
ginmill
ginn

Literary usage of Ginhouses

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1. Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture [Dec. 12, 1906-Jan. 19, 1907 by United States Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture (1907)
"In fact, these ginhouses or seed houses frequently serve as centers from which the infestation radiates. It was evident that if some effective means could ..."

2. Reports of the Industrial Commission by United States Industrial Commission, James Henderson Kyle, Albert Clarke (1901)
"No enumeration of ginhouses of any value has been made for the census. Mr. Edward Atkinson was asked to undertake it at a late date for the. census of 1880, ..."

3. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1905)
"This doctrine, which has its counterpart in more modern times, was a practical method of confiscation. Many ginhouses and dwelling houses were burned from ..."

4. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Mississippi Historical Society, Franklin Lafayette Riley (1903)
"If the negroes could not be camped out it was better to scatter them in outhouses, as ginhouses, corn and cotton houses, barns, &c., sleeping at night in ..."

5. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1916)
"Some planters arranged threshers and fans to their ginhouses, and portable threshers went from plantation to plantation threshing for a part of the grain. ..."

6. Two Wars: an Autobiography of General Samuel G. French ...: Mexican War; War by Samuel Gibbs French (1901)
"When we returned in the autumn, Jim came to see me and explained that he had never worked in the field; so he worked again at the stables and ginhouses. ..."

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