noun, plural dog·hous·es [dog-hou-ziz, dog-] /ˈdɒgˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈdɒg-/.
Origin of doghouse
Examples from the Web for doghouse
My mother used to make men buy two pieces, one for the occasion and the one for when he would be in the doghouse.
After months in the doghouse, Mr. Banks is summoned to face what he firmly believes will be the coup de grâce.
Poor Pinocchio huddled close to the doghouse more dead than alive from cold, hunger, and fright.
Maybe it was his house, although it was bigger than any doghouse she had ever seen before.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's|Laura Lee Hope
He stuck his nose out of the doghouse and saw four slender, hairy animals.
As soon as the four Weasels had talked things over, they went straight to the chicken coop which stood close to the doghouse.
The man brought him home for me, and chained him up in an unused wood-shed, for I had no doghouse as yet.Rudder Grange|Frank R. Stockton
see in the doghouse.