Definition of Gunhouses

1. gunhouse [n] - See also: gunhouse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gunhouses

gunflint
gunflints
gunfought
gung
gung-ho
gung ho
gunge
gunged
gunges
gungey
gungier
gungiest
gunging
gungy
gunhouse
gunhouses (current term)
gunite
gunites
gunjah
gunk
gunk-hole
gunk-holes
gunk-holing
gunk up
gunkhole
gunkholed
gunkholes
gunkholing
gunkier
gunkiest

Literary usage of Gunhouses

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"Other governments have. however, selected still heavier pieces up to 12-├Źn. calibre, mounted in heavily armoured cupolas or gunhouses. ..."

2. Lincolnshire and the Danes by George Sidney Streatfeild (1884)
"Vili,G expressive of the Divine will, was sometimes 1 Now often called and written Gunhouse, and appears in one of the latest maps gunhouses. ..."

3. State of New York: Messages from the Governors by New York (State). Governor (1909)
"... how chosen, 1004; location of gunhouses, IV, 452; to sell arsenals and arms in certain counties, 495; communication relative to arsenals and armories, ..."

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