Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


So with out house—it must be feminine, and all we can do is to see that it isn't effeminate.

There is an out house which is unused, and which we can occupy.

"I have," said the old gentleman, marching off with the shovel to a sort of out house.

E of New Hampshire, who occupied a commanding position near the corner of an out house, devoted himself.

With the water up to our armpits we got to an out house, and climbing to the top of it made our way along to a building.

If the well is near a stable or out house, or if dish water is thrown near it, let it alone.

In their wanderings they chanced to come across an old-fashioned bedstead in an out house.