Definition of boathouse in English:

boathouse

Syllabification: boat·house
Pronunciation: /ˈbōtˌhous
 
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noun

A shed at the edge of a river or lake used for housing boats.
More example sentences
  • 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.
  • As he neared the boat house, he swung out away from the boathouse towards the edge of the trees, keeping as far away from the docks as possible.
  • The squat he visited was an old boathouse on the edge of the river Thames.

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