a place where growth or maturity (as of fruit, animals, etc) is artificially hastened
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How to use forcing house in a sentence
They shipped him out to this tropic forcing house of ours—to let him keep on developing!Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
To be placed in any convenient part of the forcing-house for a few days until the soil is warm.In-Door Gardening for Every Week in the Year | William Keane
In these days of forcing-house fiction it is refreshing to fall back on a simple, well-told story such as this.Love's Usuries | Louis Creswicke
The trees should be removed to the forcing house in the beginning of December, if fruit be required very early in the season.
For forcing, the clumps are lifted in solid masses, with the soil attached, and placed in hotbeds or forcing house benches.