Definition of Smokehouses

1. Noun. (plural of smokehouse) ¹



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Definition of Smokehouses

1. smokehouse [n] - See also: smokehouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smokehouses

smokebushes
smoked
smoked haddock
smoked herring
smoked mackerel
smoked meat
smoked pole
smoked salmon
smoked salmons
smokeeasy
smokefall
smokefalls
smokefree
smokehouse
smokehouses (current term)
smokejack
smokejacks
smokejumper
smokejumpers
smokeless
smokeless powder
smokelessly
smokelessness
smokelike
smokepipe
smokepipes
smokepot
smokepots
smokeproof

Literary usage of Smokehouses

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1. General Ordinances of the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San by San Francisco (Calif.) (1907)
"smokehouses. Section 252. All smokehouses shall be of fireproof ... The walls of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three (3) feet higher than the ..."

2. Code of Ordinances of the City of New York by New York (N.Y.)., Arthur Fortunatus Cosby (1912)
"All smokehouses shall be of fireproof construction, with brick walls, ... The walls of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three feet higher than the ..."

3. Code of Ordinances of the City of New York by New York (N.Y.)., Arthur Fortunatus Cosby (1911)
"(Id., sec. 82.) § 83. smokehouses.— All smokehouses shall be oí fire- ... The walls of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three feet higher than the ..."

4. Code of Ordinances of the City of New York by New York (N.Y.)., Arthur Fortunatus Cosby (1907)
"All smokehouses shall be of fireproof construction, with brick walls, ... The walls of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three feet higher than the ..."

5. Code of Ordinances of the City of New York by New York (N.Y.)., Arthur Fortunatus Cosby (1908)
"All smokehouses shall be of fireproof construction, with brick walls, ... Is of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three her than the roof of the ..."

6. The General Ordinances of the City of Portland, Oregon by Portland (Or.)., Portland (Or.), Thomas C. Devlin (1905)
"smokehouses.i SECTION 133. All smokehouses shall be of fireproof ... The walls of all smokehouses shall be built up at least three (3) feet higher than the ..."

7. Live Articles on Special Hazards: A Series of Articles Reprinted from the (1919)
"The inside of these smokehouses are kept whitewashed, which is claimed to ... These smokehouses require constant surveillance in order to obtain the best ..."

8. Building Laws of Nashville, Tennessee: Handbook for Architects, Engineers by Nashville (Tenn.). (1909)
"... and with guards, not less than four feet above the fire bed, sufficient to prevent the meats from falling into the fire. If such smokehouses open into ..."

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