It should be "Hot House," as this room is not adapted to forcing purposes.
The air hung wet and steamy like the atmosphere of a hot house.
I suppose it is you who wrote the article in the 'Gazette de Cologne' about the hot house (the Jesuit novitiate).
Hot house tomatoes travel in square braid, climax or paper fibre baskets, now rather commonly, the latter.
"These ghosts and goblins keep a hot house, and the less we have to do with them the better," replied the forester, gravely.
No church, no hot house flowers, but blossoms still alive, with humming birds sipping their honey.
Not in a hot house, but in a back yard with very little attention.
The mild, cultivated whine of the Professors wife complained through the hot house.
Sometimes it is immature; sometimes it has a hot house maturity; sometimes it has been picked so long that it has begun to decay.
It tells of sheep and mutton raising, hot house lambs, the swine industry and the horse market.