noun, plural cook·hous·es [koo k-hou-ziz] /ˈkʊkˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of cookhouse
Related Words for cookhousegallery, cuisine, mess, canteen, kitchenette, galley, cookhouse, scullery, cookery, cookshack
Examples from the Web for cookhouse
Historical Examples of cookhouse
But it is at the cookhouse that I am supposed to have my most deadly effect.
The cookhouse with them was the galley; rations were victuals; and kit was gear.The War in the Air; Vol. 1
We endeavoured to get cookhouse jobs for the pickings to be had, but could not do so.The Escape of a Princess Pat
Chuck left the cookhouse and Slim was alone with the Chinese cook.
When they emerged from the cookhouse, Joe Haines was waiting for them.