Definition of Schoolhouse

1. Noun. A building where young people receive education. "He walked to school every morning"

Exact synonyms: School
Generic synonyms: Building, Edifice
Terms within: Classroom, Schoolroom
Specialized synonyms: Conservatoire, Conservatory, Day School
Group relationships: School System
Derivative terms: Scholastic, School



Definition of Schoolhouse

1. n. A house appropriated for the use of a school or schools, or for instruction.

Definition of Schoolhouse

1. Noun. A building housing a school, especially a small or single-room one. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Schoolhouse

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schoolhouse

schoolers
schoolery
schooles
schoolfellow
schoolfellows
schoolfriend
schoolfriends
schoolgirl
schoolgirlish
schoolgirlishly
schoolgirls
schoolgirly
schoolgoer
schoolgoers
schoolgoing
schoolhouse (current term)
schoolhouses
schoolie
schoolies
schooling
schoolings
schoolish
schoolishly
schoolishness
schoolkid
schoolkids
schoolless
schoollike
schoolma'am
schoolmaid

Literary usage of Schoolhouse

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1893)
"The same general provisions are usually made in relation to a change of site.1 By the right of eminent domain a schoolhouse site may be taken from the land ..."

2. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1903)
"VISIT TO CATARACT ON ACCOUNT OF UNSANITARY schoolhouse. This visit was made August 3, in company with Dr. !N". D. Cox, Health Officer of Owen County. ..."

3. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1906)
"(2) The certificate of the Board of Education as to the result of a ballot taken with respect to the wishes of parents, or as to whether a schoolhouse ..."

4. The Administration of Public Education in the United States by Samuel Train Dutton, David Snedden (1908)
"The schoolhouse is one of the best expressions of American civic life. ... The schoolhouse has had an evolution which has been influenced by increasing ..."

5. The Administration of Public Education in the United States by Samuel Train Dutton, David Snedden (1908)
"The schoolhouse is one of the best expressions of American civic life. ... The schoolhouse has had an evolution which has been influenced by increasing ..."

6. American Schoolhouses by Fletcher Bascom Dresslar (1911)
"Design for a one-room schoolhouse: Foundation and floor plan. 242. ... Wisconsin standard design M, for a two-room schoolhouse: Front elevation. 258. ..."

7. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1893)
"The same general provisions are usually made in relation to a change of site.1 By the right of eminent domain a schoolhouse site may be taken from the land ..."

8. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1903)
"VISIT TO CATARACT ON ACCOUNT OF UNSANITARY schoolhouse. This visit was made August 3, in company with Dr. !N". D. Cox, Health Officer of Owen County. ..."

9. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1906)
"(2) The certificate of the Board of Education as to the result of a ballot taken with respect to the wishes of parents, or as to whether a schoolhouse ..."

10. The Administration of Public Education in the United States by Samuel Train Dutton, David Snedden (1908)
"The schoolhouse is one of the best expressions of American civic life. ... The schoolhouse has had an evolution which has been influenced by increasing ..."

11. The Administration of Public Education in the United States by Samuel Train Dutton, David Snedden (1908)
"The schoolhouse is one of the best expressions of American civic life. ... The schoolhouse has had an evolution which has been influenced by increasing ..."

12. American Schoolhouses by Fletcher Bascom Dresslar (1911)
"Design for a one-room schoolhouse: Foundation and floor plan. 242. ... Wisconsin standard design M, for a two-room schoolhouse: Front elevation. 258. ..."

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