noun, plural Char·ter·hous·es [chahr-ter-hou-ziz] /ˈtʃɑr tərˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of Charterhouse
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Historical Examples of charterhouse
A few years later Charterhouse was converted into an almshouse and a school.The History of London
He said that he should like a nomination for his son to the Charterhouse, and I gave it to him.Lord John Russell
Stuart J. Reid
The two parts of the Charterhouse were the embodiments of “justice and innocence.”Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln
Charles L. Marson
"You owe me a shilling for a new glass for my Charterhouse print," said he.Old Valentines
Munson Aldrich Havens
Charterhouse is the name; the buildings are not yet forty years old.Highways and Byways in Surrey
Word Origin for Charterhouse
great English public school founded in London in 1611, a folk etymology alteration of chartreux (see chartreuse); it was founded upon the site of a Carthusian monastery.