Definition of Gunhouse

1. a shelter for a gun [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gunhouse

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

Literary usage of Gunhouse

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1. Police Records and Recollections, Or, Boston by Daylight and Gaslight: For by Edward Hartwell Savage (1873)
"A Lieutenant of the Battery, who arrived alone just after the Regulars had entered the gunhouse, was struck down, trampled under foot, and dragged out ..."

2. The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland [1807-1868/69] by Great Britain, George Kettilby Rickards (1863)
"An Embankment on the Right Bank of the Thames in the Parish of Saint Mary Lambeth, commencing at or near gunhouse Alley, and ending at Westminster Bridge; ..."

3. 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 ..."

4. Early Days on Boston Common by Mary Farwell Ayer (1910)
"Near by stood the gunhouse, hay-scales, and schoolhouse.' The gunhouse was built in 1712 for the accommodation of some field carriages, and was let from ..."

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