noun, plural green·hous·es [green-hou-ziz] /ˈgrinˌhaʊ zɪz/.
- greenham common,
- greenhouse effect,
- greenhouse gas,
- greenhouse whitefly,
Origin of greenhouse
Examples from the Web for greenhouse
And as Greenhouse is a very smart and sincere person who loves the Court and the law, her crie de coeur is striking.
One of my three sons is a student who thrives there, due in no small part to innovative programs like its greenhouse and gardens.
For example, in British Columbia, greenhouse gas emissions might go up, while in Saskatchewan, they would plummet.
She recalls trailing him around his greenhouse as he tended to his babies.
And within that greenhouse, it seems, are some fertile conditions for witch-hunting.Will Saudi Arabia Execute Guest Workers for 'Witchcraft'?|Michael Schulson|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Miles of sun-swamped green spread on either side—the carriage was full of sunshine—it was bright and stuffy like a greenhouse.Joanna Godden|Sheila Kaye-Smith
They came direct from the greenhouse, and were left without card, or sign of the giver.How to Cook Husbands|Elizabeth Strong Worthington
They are remarkably accommodating plants, adapted for beds or the greenhouse.
As he watched him silently the nurse came in from the greenhouse.In The Valley Of The Shadow|Josephine Daskam
Hyacinths are hardy, but they are often used as window or greenhouse plants.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn