Hothouse

• (n.) A bagnio, or bathing house. • (n.) A heated room for drying green ware. • (n.) A house kept warm to shelter tender plants and shrubs from the cold air; a place in which the plants of warmer climates may be reared, and fruits ripened. • (n.) A brothel; a bagnio.
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hothouse

(from the article `greenhouse`) ...African violets, chrysanthemums, orchids, roses, Boston ferns, coleuses, and many kinds of ferns and of cacti and other succulents are suited to ... ...can be grown in them. (3) The intermediate house, in which the minimum temperature is kept at 55° or 60° F (13° or 16° C), and which is...
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Hothouse

Hot'house` noun 1. A house kept warm to shelter tender plants and shrubs from the cold air; a place in which the plants of warmer climates may be reared, and fruits ripened. 2. A bagnio, or bathing house. [ Obsolete] Shak. 3. A brothel; a bagnio. [ Obsolete] B. Jons...
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Hothouse

English name for the warehouses, where under high temperatures the Madeira is stored and matured. See also below Estufagem,
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hothouse

hothouse: see greenhouse.
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