- n. Plural form of outbuilding.
“They tell me that there are about 950 additional homes that they feel could be threatened by this fire, and another 325 commercial properties, with another 300, what they call outbuildings, or other buildings.”
“The outbuildings are the same as they were when they were built.”
“He finished his coffee; but the ascertaining whether or not any one was concealed in the little house or in the outbuildings was a matter of only a few minutes.”
“Two clearly isolated, small structures properly called outbuildings”
“The owner of it, and of all the outbuildings was a horse-dealer, who she was sure would permit us to do so, and she would, herself, show us the way.”
“There are also other smaller 'outbuildings' with many rooms and private sex spots which is nice.”
“By 5: 00 in the morning, we already had a couple tornadoes on the ground, 14 in all, really creating some damage to mobile homes and structures, kind of outbuildings, not really any one big today in any one big town.”
“Just some kind of outbuildings, from the look of them.”
“As president, he launched a program designed by Tugwell called Subsistence Homesteads, which provided families with “a modern but inexpensive house and outbuildings, located on a plot of land upon which a family may produce a considerable portion of the food required for home consumption.””
“The 163-square-mile blaze has devoured two summer cabins and four outbuildings since it started May 8.”
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