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smokehouse

[ smohk-hous ]

noun

, plural smoke·hous·es [smohk, -hou-ziz].
  1. a building or place in which meat, fish, etc., are cured with smoke.


smokehouse

/ ˈsməʊkˌhaʊs /

noun

  1. a building or special construction for curing meat, fish, etc, by smoking


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Word History and Origins

Origin of smokehouse1

First recorded in 1665–75; smoke + house

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Example Sentences

It’s run by the owners of Ivy City Smokehouse and Tony & Joe’s.

A backyard hobbyist turned barbecue circuit competitor, Darneille pushes the boundaries of a traditional smokehouse.

So, the Southside Smokehouse is more than a barbecue pit, a burger shack, or a Cajun kitchen.

They built a smokehouse, planted extensive gardens, and curated an enviable wine cellar.

Master Fish has a skiff hidden near his smokehouse, and the lad was counting on taking it.

A whiskered head on the end of a long, corrugated red neck protruded from the smokehouse door.

His lot was to be a rack in a provincial smokehouse kept aglow by a poor man's fervour for post-natal security.

A fowl of some sort was killed and dressed and hung in the cold smokehouse in readiness for its last minute stuffing.

Virginia cured hams hang in the smokehouse, and jellies and preserves are made by old recipes.

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