from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A number of outhouses; the outbuildings of an estate.


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  • And at the death of his aforesaid louing wife it is his will that the said cowes and household goods be equally deuided betwene his two sons aforesaid, and the other part of the dwelling house, out housing, pasture and orchard togather with the term acres of house lott lying on Georges hill which was purchased of daniell gains to be equaly deuided betwene the said John and Jonathan and alsoe that part of the house and outhousing what is Convenient for the two

    The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 5, February, 1885 Various


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