- a deckhouse including a bridge or bridges for navigation.
Origin of bridge house
Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400
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Examples from the Web for bridge house
Perhaps that genius might be with him now in the bridge-house.The Mummy and Miss Nitocris
As for the bridge-house, there chanced to be no spare quarters for us there.
And also when certain warehouses were taken away, and laid into the Bridge-House, the annual sum of £6.Chronicles of London Bridge
One turns north towards us, with a busy windmiller of a signalman a-top the bridge-house.Merchantmen-at-Arms
David W. Bone