- a building such as a shed or barn that is built on to or in the grounds of a house.；an outside toilet.
- store or accommodate away from the main storage or accommodation area
noun: outhouse, plural noun: outhouses
verb: outhouse, 3rd person present: outhouses, gerund or present participle: outhousing, past tense: outhoused, past participle: outhoused
- 1. a building such as a shed or barn that is built on to or in the grounds of a house.
- 2. an outside toilet.
- 1. store or accommodate away from the main storage or accommodation area:
books outhoused in the annex take longer to deliver
- n.an outbuilding containing a toilet, typically with no plumbing.
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