cookhouse cookhouse


  1. (n) the area for food preparation on a ship
  2. (n) a detached or outdoor shelter for cooking



  1. Anglican Barrow started holding services in the paper mill's cookhouse, in a vacant barn or any other sizable shelter.
  2. A cat had an argument with a skunk under the cookhouse, the men compared notes on various odors they had experienced, and, to cap the climax, there was roast pork on the table.
  3. She has ordered supplies for camps, kept accounts, filled in at the cookhouse when the cook was drunk.


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