Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of station house.

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Examples

  • “Would you mind comin' down to the station-house to answer some questions?”

    Getting It Wrong

  • If the opinion of the honest laborers who swamped Mr. O'Neil's station-house were asked, one could rest confident that each and every man would express a preference for fewer honest laborers on the morrow when he asked the ice foreman for a job.

    THE TRAMP

  • Taking into consideration the crowd of honest laborers that swamped Mr. O'Neil's station-house on the way to the ice-cutting, it is patent, if all tramps were looking for honest labor instead of a small minority, that the honest laborers would have a far harder task finding something honest to do for food and shelter.

    THE TRAMP

  • “Would you mind comin' down to the station-house to answer some questions?”

    Getting It Wrong

  • They were the rookies stuck with the nightly station-house calls, which usually yielded nothing more than some DUIs and disorderlies, the occasional fistfight outside a West Side bar, a few illegal possessions.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • They were the rookies stuck with the nightly station-house calls, which usually yielded nothing more than some DUIs and disorderlies, the occasional fistfight outside a West Side bar, a few illegal possessions.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • They were the rookies stuck with the nightly station-house calls, which usually yielded nothing more than some DUIs and disorderlies, the occasional fistfight outside a West Side bar, a few illegal possessions.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • At the very end, a key piece of evidence, and a very fragile one at that, was brought in to the tobacco shop when it should have been under lock and key in the station-house!

    Archive 2009-04-12

  • And the guy was being held at the 15th Precinct station-house.

    Archive 2009-04-19

  • They blend graphic crime re-enactments, station-house banter, interrogations and dramatic captures or shoot-outs.

    Television's Cop Connection

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