[ wel-hous ]

noun,plural well·hous·es [wel-hou-ziz]. /ˈwɛlˌhaʊ zɪz/.

Origin of wellhouse

First recorded in 1590–1600; well2 + house

Words Nearby wellhouse

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How to use wellhouse in a sentence

  • Walter wellhouse: I think the demand for Jonathan is declining some among large dealers.

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  • President wellhouse: We have seventy or eighty acres in Gano, planted five or six years ago.

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  • President wellhouse: They are long-lived and very hardy; I would recommend them for family, but not for commercial orchard.

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  • President wellhouse: Mr. Munger says his were very small this year, but also that all his apples were small.

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  • The wellhouse rabbit trap, of which we here give description and illustrations, is one used by President wellhouse.

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