Bakehouse



a building or room to bake in; bakery.
Historical Examples

From the open pane of the bakehouse window peeped a girl of about seventeen, holding a white roll in her hand.
A Desperate Character and Other Stories Ivan Turgenev

The chapel was leased and let out, and the House of God made a bakehouse.
Bell’s Cathedrals: Southwark Cathedral George Worley

Here we went into their bakehouse, and saw all the ovens at work, and good bread too, as ever I would desire to eat.
Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Samuel Pepys

Then they erected in the bakehouse a brachial weighing-machine.
Bouvard and Pcuchet Gustave Flaubert

Ray had come in to see what was wanting of fresh supplies from the bakehouse.
The Other Girls Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney

I had it—by a visit to the bakehouse of my own baker, if possible, during the hours of work.
Mystic London: Charles Maurice Davies

And, mother, the bakehouse is to be passed on to me and to Susie, and I shall bake for all the parish.
A Book of Ghosts Sabine Baring-Gould

Now he understood; he was in the oven of the bakehouse, with his hands bound.
The Battle Of The Strong, Complete Gilbert Parker

In the bakehouse Rosser kept an alphabet, the separate letters of which were shaped and baked out of ordinary dough.
The Making of William Edwards Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks

This would make them antedate July, 1759, which is not true of the bakehouse.
Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier Frank H. Severance

noun
another word for bakery

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