noun, plural bake·hous·es [beyk-hou-ziz] /ˈbeɪkˌhaʊ zɪz/.

a building or room to bake in; bakery.

Origin of bakehouse

1250–1300; Middle English bak(e)hous; see bake, house Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for bakehouse

Historical Examples of bakehouse

  • That is not a belfry: it is a chimney, the bakehouse chimney.

    A Nest of Spies

    Pierre Souvestre

  • In this calm and unruffled mood he reached the threshold of the bakehouse.

    The Gods are Athirst

    Anatole France

  • The chapel was leased and let out, and the House of God made a bakehouse.

  • Then they erected in the bakehouse a brachial weighing-machine.

    Bouvard and Pcuchet

    Gustave Flaubert

  • I had it—by a visit to the bakehouse of my own baker, if possible, during the hours of work.

    Mystic London:

    Charles Maurice Davies

British Dictionary definitions for bakehouse



another word for bakery
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