Definitions

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  • noun A structure containing equipment used for a swimming pool.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mimi McCaslin The property features a circular driveway, a library, rose gardens, a pool and a poolhouse.

    Supersized Houses

  • Just like Mom and Dad's parties where everybody ends up with different people in the poolhouse.

    Spin-the-bottle

  • A poolhouse sat off to the side, its white pergola supported by pallid marble columns.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • It has six bedrooms, four fireplaces, a pool and poolhouse.

    Georgetown Gem

  • “Maybe he lives in the poolhouse,” Busch half-joked.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Stone decking surrounds a swimming pool, located near a small poolhouse.

    Court Appointments

  • Often Shaun Murray will take the lead, high-fiving Parks Bonifay for ten to fifteen minutes at a time as he watches congregations of babes from the poolhouse window.

    Waketaurs

  • It has six bedrooms, four fireplaces, a pool and poolhouse.

    Georgetown Gem

  • A good Samaritan will then invite him to move into her poolhouse — something that happens with some frequency in Beverly Hills, according to television.

    Mega Buzz: Another Glee Triangle, the Grey's Wedding and Gossip Girl in Paris

  • Stone decking surrounds a swimming pool, located near a small poolhouse.

    Courtside Living

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