noun, plural oast-hous·es [ohst-hou-ziz] /ˈoʊstˌhaʊ zɪz/. Chiefly British.
Origin of oast-house
Examples from the Web for oast-house
Then the lady showed us the Danejohn, and it was like an oast-house.The Wouldbegoods|E. Nesbit
As we drew up at the fatal corner, the others came out of the oast-house to see what was making the noise.Berry And Co.|Dornford Yates
Not for nothing had he watched the men thatching the oast-house by the Medway.Harding's luck|E. [Edith] Nesbit
As he closed the shutter, the oast-house seemed dark before the day's end, and he lit the candle in the lanthorn.Puck of Pook's Hill|Rudyard Kipling