outbuilding

[ UK /a‍ʊtbˈɪldɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a building that is subordinate to and separate from a main building
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How To Use outbuilding In A Sentence

  • An outbuilding has the potential to be converted into a small guesthouse. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the absence of a church, meetings were held in the home or in an outbuilding on a farm.
  • As if Ian Hamilton Finlay were not to be remembered here, he appears, in the form of a reference to his home, a little country estate which he filled with literary sculpture of his devisal, much as Simon Cutts has decorated his quaint Irish dwelling, Coracle, and outbuildings with words, turning edifice into literature. dbqp: visualizing poetics
  • It boasts many outbuildings, a guest house, workshop, garages and even air raid bunkers.
  • Its outbuildings include a double garage, greenhouse, potting shed, kennels and workshop.
  • Author Roy Rob and his wife, Jaki, used the age-old technique of cordwood masonry to construct the main living quarters and outbuildings on their homestead in West Chazy, New York.
  • Like most other farms in Anglo-Saxon England, Linstede consists of a hall and outbuildings, surrounded by fields and pastures.
  • The villa consisted of extensive grounds, a manor house and outbuildings.
  • The panicked roe ran head-first through the glass outbuilding. The Sun
  • With four barns and outbuildings, it has obvious potential as a commercial venture. Times, Sunday Times
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