[ UK /bˈə‍ʊtha‍ʊs/ ]
[ US /ˈboʊtˈhaʊs/ ]
  1. a shed at the edge of a river or lake; used to store boats
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How To Use boathouse In A Sentence

  • Erik Johnson for The Wall Street It also has 164 feet of lake frontage, including several pockets of graveled beach and a dock leading to a boathouse and yacht moorage. Paradise Lost -- Photos
  • I fell into a fugue state, thinking about him, then what Grady said that night in the boathouse. LEGAL TENDER
  • And to this effect, the boathouse has acquired adequate number of boats, while a fresh coat of painting has been given to existing ones.
  • Fourth, marinas that were more exposed or only protected by low sea walls got hit the hardest, and that boat lifts and boathouses do not provide storm protection.
  • The squat he visited was an old boathouse on the edge of the river Thames.
  • Its boathouse on the riverbank had a grandstand view of rolling hills dropping into the estuary. Times, Sunday Times
  • His converted boathouse home has its own swimming pool and helipad. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Grade II* boathouse is built in monolithic reinforced concrete. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pulling together: the roof of this little boathouse is derived from the repetition and rotation of a basic truss to form a supple curve that echoes the elegant dynamism of rowing
  • The wind seemed to lift up the boathouse roof, holding it briefly, then letting it slap down hard.
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