noun, plural back·hous·es [bak-hou-ziz] /ˈbækˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Examples from the Web for backhouse
In the ensuing year he "agreed with Mrs. Backhouse, of London, for her deceased husband's books," p. 313.Bibliomania; or Book-Madness|Thomas Frognall Dibdin
“Never mind about the currants, little master,” said Mrs. Backhouse, laughing at him.Milly and Olly|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Backhouse observed one especially, whose features had a Jewish cast, and reminded him of the popular pictures of Abraham!
Buckley being out of court, and Backhouse being a mere copy of Mr. Threlkeld, what has Mr. Threlkeld to say?Magic and Religion|Andrew Lang
Backhouse limped out, shutting the door, and they were alone.Young Blood|E. W. Hornung