[ sel-hous ]
/ ˈsɛlˌhaʊs /
a prison building containing separate cells, each usually intended for one or two prisoners.
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Example sentences from the Web for cellhouse
The prisoners had christened this cellhouse, eighty feet long, twenty-eight feet wide, Limbo Lane.Rolling Stones|O. Henry