noun, plural spring·hous·es [spring-hou-ziz] /ˈsprɪŋˌhaʊ zɪz/.
- springform pan,
- springing line,
Origin of springhouse
Examples from the Web for springhouse
I bent over and examined my couch; it was the old slab shelf of the springhouse.
Johnnie an' me was gettin' you out of the springhouse and away in the machine.The Power and the Glory|Grace MacGowan Cooke
One of the children brought it from the springhouse, and the young adventurers drank freely and with a good relish.The Lost Army|Thomas W. Knox
There lay a pool formed by a stream that bubbled from beneath the springhouse at the foot of the hill.Old Farm Fairies:|Henry Christopher McCook
In about an hour Doctor Brown left the library for the springhouse, carrying a couple of books and a scratch pad under his arm.