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Definition of "bakehouse" [bake•house]

  • A building or an apartment used for the preparing and baking of bread and other baked goods. (noun)
  • A building principally containing ovens. (noun)
  • Bakery. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bakehouse" in a sentence
  • "We see, however, in the magazine of the oil merchant, his jars in perfect order, in the bakehouse are the hand mills in their original places, and of a description which exactly tallies with those alluded to in holy writ; the ovens scarcely want repairs; where a sculptor worked, there we find his marbles and his productions, in various states of forwardness, just as he left them."
  • "When I was a young child at school in Stewkley, I used to spend Friday afternoons at the "bakehouse", as it was known."
  • ""My son loves burgers, so I pack him one Roadhouse-style: with ground beef shoulder, heirloom tomatoes, homemade mayo and an onion roll from our bakehouse—and serve it cold, like a meatloaf sandwich.""