Word of the Day


Pronunciation /ˈaʊthaʊs/
1 A building such as a shed or barn that is built on to or in the grounds of a house.
1.1 North American An outside toilet.
[with object]
Store or accommodate away from the main storage or accommodation area.


For early rakes, it was the jakes.
If you saw a mouse, ’twas the outhouse.
To a sailor’s dread, they say a head.
For some in the EU, call it the loo.
If you feel you’ll explode, find the commode.
Or being quite free, shout out “WC!”
But, not to spoil it, know it’s the toilet.

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