noun, plural corn·hous·es [kawrn-hou-ziz] /ˈkɔrnˌhaʊ zɪz/. New England and South Atlantic States.
Origin of cornhouse
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Historical Examples of cornhouse
Pretty soon she heard "Missus" call so she "snuck" out of the cornhouse.
The place where they used to have the best fun seeing Mammy Tittleback catch mice was in the cornhouse.Mammy Tittleback and Her Family
Through the cracks in the cornhouse where she was hiding Hannah saw the soldiers dismount.
He has to visit the widow Gubbins, who fell down the cornhouse steps the week before, and broke her leg.The Doctor's Red Lamp
Near by is a cornhouse and a small distillery, and the corrals for sheep shearing are not far off.The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner
Charles Dudley Warner