noun, plural boat·hous·es [boht-hou-ziz] /ˈboʊtˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of boathouse
Examples from the Web for boathouse
Contemporary Examples of boathouse
And Google said no plus-ones at the Boathouse (which is unfortunate because that would definitely be the one to crash).Google, Marc Jacobs, and Other Casualties of the Christmas Party Recession
November 19, 2008
Historical Examples of boathouse
The boathouse at the end of the wharf offered a convenient refuge.
He entered the boathouse, undressed, and donned his bathing suit.
Early the next afternoon Brown descended the path to the boathouse.
He waded to the shore and strode rapidly back toward the boathouse.
He sprang to his feet and made another circle of the interior of the boathouse.