Definition of Boathouses

1. Noun. (plural of boathouse) ¹



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Definition of Boathouses

1. boathouse [n] - See also: boathouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boathouses

boatbuilders
boatbuilding
boatbuildings
boate
boated
boatel
boatels
boater
boaters
boates
boatful
boatfuls
boathook
boathooks
boathouse
boathouses (current term)
boatie
boaties
boatings
boation
boations
boatless
boatlift
boatlifted
boatlifting
boatlifts
boatlike
boatload
boatloads

Literary usage of Boathouses

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1. In Thamseland: Being the Gossiping Record of Rambles Through England from by Henry Wellington Wack (1906)
"... a few modern houses of the richer sort, artistically designed; an occasional Indian bungalow, and some boathouses by the river's edge. ..."

2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1917)
"All houses, boathouses, buildings, club rooms and places of every description, ... Section 14 of the same chapter says: "All houses, boathouses, buildings, ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1890)
"Indeed a man may stroll on Midsummer Common within about a hundred yards of the boathouses without suspecting the existence of the Cam. ..."

4. City Planning: A Series of Papers Presenting the Essential Elements of a by John Nolen (1916)
"boathouses, BRIDGES, PLAYGROUNDS, HARBOR ISLANDS boathouses and other necessary waterside structures should be placed where they will present the least ..."

5. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"boathouses.—Among the things which are least beautiful in many gardens and pleasure grounds is the boathouse. Our builders are not simple in their ways, ..."

6. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson, F. L. S., William Robinson (1906)
"boathouses.—Among the things which are least beautiful in many gardens and pleasure grounds is the boathouse. Our builders are not simple in their ways, ..."

7. From Korti to Khartum: A Journal of the Desert March from Korti to Gubat and by Charles William Wilson (1886)
"They were curious affairs,—a sort of boathouses, protected with boiler-plate iron. They looked something like Chinese boathouses as seen in pictures, ..."

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