- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)II(Roget's IV) n.III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.privy, toilet, latrine, backhouse, outbuilding, *necessary, *crapper.
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outhouse — out house , n. 1. A small house or building at a little distance from the main house; an outbuilding. [1913 Webster] 2. Especially: A small building with one or more seats and a pit underneath, intended for use as a toilet; a privy. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
outhouse — (n.) 1530s, shed, outbuilding, from OUT (Cf. out) + HOUSE (Cf. house) (n.). Sense of a privy (principally American English) is first attested 1819 … Etymology dictionary
outhouse — [n] toilet bathroom, latrine, lavatory, outbuilding, privy, washroom, water closet, WC; concept 448 … New thesaurus
outhouse — ► NOUN ▪ a smaller building built on to or in the grounds of a house … English terms dictionary
outhouse — [out′hous΄] n. 1. a building separate from but located near a main building or dwelling ☆ 2. a small structure used for defecating or urinating, typically having a seat with a hole over a deep pit … English World dictionary
Outhouse — This article is about a type of building or structure used primarily as a toilet . For other uses, see Outhouse (disambiguation). An outhouse at Goat Peak, 6,305 ft (1,922 m) above sea level An outhouse is a small structure separate from a main… … Wikipedia
outhouse — [[t]a͟ʊthaʊs[/t]] outhouses 1) N COUNT An outhouse is a small building attached to a house or very close to the house, used, for example, for storing things in. 2) N COUNT An outhouse is an outside toilet. [AM] … English dictionary
outhouse — UK [ˈaʊtˌhaʊs] / US noun [countable] Word forms outhouse : singular outhouse plural outhouses UK [ˈaʊtˌhaʊzɪz] / US [ˈaʊtˌhaʊzəz] 1) a building near to a house or joined on to it, used for storing things, keeping animals etc 2) mainly American an … English dictionary
outhouse — a lavatory In a courtyard or down the garden, away from the dwelling house. It was the place you visited if you said you were going out the back: [He made] a gentlemanly statement of his wish to use the outhouse. (Keneally, 1979) … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
outhouse — noun Date: 14th century outbuilding; especially privy 1a … New Collegiate Dictionary
outhouse — /owt hows /, n., pl. outhouses / how ziz/. 1. an outbuilding with one or more seats and a pit serving as a toilet; privy. 2. any outbuilding. [1525 35; OUT + HOUSE] * * * … Universalium