What is another word for mews?

158 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ mjˈuːz], [ mjˈuːz], [ m_j_ˈuː_z]

The word "mews" is often used to describe a row of stables or carriage houses, typically found in older European cities. However, there are several synonyms for this term that can be used to describe similar structures. For instance, "carriage house" refers specifically to a building used to house horse-drawn carriages, while "stable" can also refer to a building used to house horses. "Coach house" and "livery" are other terms that can be used interchangeably with mews, though they may have slightly different connotations depending on the context. Regardless of the specific synonym used, all of these terms generally refer to structures used for the housing and care of horses or other animals.

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    Usage examples for Mews

    Always seeming to be strolling away from the house, but glancing back over his shoulder now and then, he saw Mr. Barradine's brougham come out of the mews and stand at Mr. Barradine's door.
    "The Devil's Garden"
    W. B. Maxwell
    Approaching it from the western side he spied out the lie of the land, found a mews that had an entrance in the side street, and judged that this mews contained Mr. Barradine's horses and carriages.
    "The Devil's Garden"
    W. B. Maxwell
    16,380. Are you a seaman residing at mews, in Dunrossness?
    "Second Shetland Truck System Report"
    William Guthrie

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