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Summer-House

Definition of the noun Summer-House

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noun

  1. A variant spelling of 'summerhouse'.

Film

"Summer-house" a.k.a. "Summer House" is a 2013 drama film written by Jeremy Valender, Marcus Werner Hed and Johan von Reybekiel and directed by Marcus Werner Hed and Johan von Reybekiel.

Writings

"Summer-house" a.k.a. "Summer House" is a book by Teresa Kennett.

  • also known as "Summer House = Casa de Verano"

Music

  1. "Summer-house" a.k.a. "Summer House" is a musical album of Ingrid Olava.
    • released on
  2. "Summer-house" a.k.a. "Summer House" is a musical album of Concorde.
    • released on
  3. "Summer-house" a.k.a. "Gold Motel EP": Summer House is the first LP released by Gold Motel.

Miscellanea

  1. Summer-house a.k.a. Summer house: A summer house or summerhouse has traditionally referred to a building or shelter used for relaxation in warm weather. This would often take the form of a small, roofed building on the grounds of a larger one, but could also be built in a garden or park, often designed to provide cool shady places of relaxation or retreat from the summer heat.
    • also known as Sommerhus
  2. Summer-house a.k.a. Summer House is a reality series that airs on ESPNU and is hosted by Chris Spielman. The show takes six of the nation's top college football incoming freshman and put them in a house in Chicago for one week. Summer House gives viewers an inside look at the future college football stars. The players compete against each other to be named The King of the House. The competitors earn points for each challenge they compete in, leading up to the final day and the crowning of The King of the House. Between competitions and their day-to-day interactions with each other and sports celebrities, the players learn what it takes to succeed on the field and off the field. Its main sponsors are Under Armor, Direct TV and Dick's Sporting Goods.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Summer-House

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Google previewThe Cambrian Traveller's Guide (1813)

In Every Direction; Containing Remarks Made During Many Excursions, in the Principality of Wales, and Bordering Districts, Augmented by Extracts from the Best Writers by George Nicholson

Under the summer-house is a spacious cold bath. A beautiful lawn leads hence to the edge of a deep valley called the Gulf, along which is an ascending walk upon the side of a rock agreeably clothed with shrubs and trees, admitting at intervals a view of distant water. Reach a stupendous cliff in the rock, along the bottom of which the road gradually ascends to a passage, whence the light is excluded for about 100 yards. This terminates in the Grotto, which is a vast cave dug in the ...

Google previewThe Cambrian Traveller's Guide, in Every Direction; Containing Remarks Made During Many Excursions, in the Principality of Wales, and Bordering Districts, Augmented by Extracts from the Best Writers. 2. Ed. Corr. and Enlarged (1813)

by Emilius Nicholson

Under the summer-house is a spacious cold bath. A beautiful lawn leads hence to the edge of a deep valley called the Gulf, along which is an ascending walk upon the side of a rock agreeably clothed with shrubs and trees, admitting at intervals a view of distant water. Reach a stupendous cliff in the rock, along the bottom of which the road gradually ascends to a passage, whence the light is excluded for about 100 yards. This terminates in the Grotto, which is a vast cave dug in the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Art of Printing (1841)

by William Savage

summer house summer house summer-house summer-house Amos iii. l5. sun dial tun_dial sun-dial sun-dial ha. xxxviil. 8. tunrising sun rising sun-rising sun-rising Dent. iv. 4!. uracidling band lwaddlingband swaddling-band swaddiing-band Job xxxvili. 9. sweet smelling sweet smelling sweet-smelling sweetpsmelling B0. of Sol. v. 5. swollen swollen swollen swollen Acts xxviii. 6. sycamore lycomore sycomore ...

Google previewShakespeare-Lexicon (1875)

A Complete Dictionary of All the English Words, Phrases and Constructions in the Works of the Poet by Alexander Schmidt

penthouse; play-house; prison-house; senate-house: slaughter-house; spital - house; store-house; summer-house; taphouse; tiring-house; treasurehouse; unhoused; working-house. Hous el: unhouseled. Howl: behowl; loud-howling. Hue: heaven-hued; mustachio-purple-hued. Hum an e : inhumane. Hungry: a- hungry; an-hungry. Hunt: bloody-hunting; mouse-hunt. Hurt: all-hurting. Hutch: bolting-hutch. Idlen ess: love-in-idlenes. Imperial: crown-imperial. Imprison: long- imprisoned.

Google previewChambers's English Dictionary (1872)

Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological; with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c by James Donald (F.R.G.S.)

SUMMER-HOUSE, sum'er-hows, n. A house in a garden used in summer : a house for summer residence. SUMMERSET. Same as Somersault. SUMMIT, sum 'it, n. The highest point or degree : the top. [L. summitas — summus, supremus, highest.] SUMMITLESS, sum'it-les, adj. Having no summit or top. SUMMON, sum' un, v.t. (lit.) To warn secretly: to call with authority : to command to appear, esp. in court : to rouse to exertion. [L. summoneo — sub, secretly, and moneo, to warn.] ...

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