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Workhouse

Work´house`
n.1.
1.A house where any manufacture is carried on; a workshop.
2.A house in which idle and vicious persons are confined to labor.
3.A house where the town poor are maintained at public expense, and provided with labor; a poorhouse.
Noun1.workhouse - a poorhouse where able-bodied poor are compelled to labor
2.workhouse - a county jail that holds prisoners for periods up to 18 months

WORKHOUSE. A prison where prisoners are kept in employment; a penitentiary. A house provided where the poor are taken care of, and kept in employment.

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