noun, plural sweat·hous·es [swet-hou-ziz] /ˈswɛtˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Words nearby sweathouse
Examples from the Web for sweathouse
When the tipis are pitched at the new camping ground, the society comes in with the willows and the rocks for the sweathouse.
Since the men have been in the sweathouse where the paint has all washed off, five songs are sung to re-paint the man and woman.
Robes for covering the sweathouse are borrowed from the people of the camp.
The two medicinemen go out through the west of the sweathouse while the rest go through the door.
This song is for the morningstar: "Morningstar says let us have a sweathouse."