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carriage house

noun
Origin of carriage house
1755-1765
An Americanism dating back to 1755-65
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  • In the carriage house he sat down on the box beside his motorcycle.

  • Back of it was the barn, a carriage house, and a little blacksmith shop.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • Was she long enough to reach from the carriage house to the Indian camp?

    Dear Enemy Jean Webster
  • Then there was a carriage house, and a plank walk leading to the barnyard.

    Beautiful Joe Marshall Saunders
  • A cupboard may be built by the rear porch, or in the barn or carriage house.

  • Bring those with you and we'll leave them in the carriage house as we pass it.

    Ralestone Luck Andre Norton
  • As he entered the carriage house, he looked about him in some surprise.

    Hector's Inheritance Horatio Alger
  • She found a good place for laying, in a corner of the carriage house on some old bags, and there she put all her eggs.

    Tales of a Poultry Farm

    Clara Dillingham Pierson

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