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noun as in hearth for burning wood

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They might be the next best thing to rubbing your hands together over a roaring fireplace.

Right now I’m sitting in front of the fireplace at home in Bozeman, Montana, wearing the Xenolith over a thin merino T-shirt.

This year in addition to staying open, they have inaugurated specially curated packages to appeal to guests who prefer a steaming hot chocolate beside a fireplace to snow sports.

Here’s our list of smart, fun, and useful presents that will fit in socks hung above the fireplace and make anyone happy on Christmas morning—and well afterward.

We made cold weather campaigns for people who were fans of coats, fireplaces, boots, other wintery gear.

Warm milk mixed with a spoonful of fireplace ashes seemed to also be popular among 19th century England.

Willie Nelson and Norah Jones May-December fireplace flirting.

But let me tell you: I never hit anybody with a fireplace log, first of all.

I guess you can saw up a boat for fireplace logs, but then where would you keep the chickens?

The backyard, which is scheduled to open in late April, will have table service and a fireplace.

She was boiling mullets over a few red coals in the huge fireplace.

Through these flues were forced currents of hot air from a blaze in a large fireplace at one end of the house.

It was deep twilight in the room, and rather cold, for the eucalyptus and olive logs in the fireplace still awaited the match.

He kisses the top of her head lightly and goes round to the club fender, where he sits with his back to the fireplace.

And look at God's fireplace, I cry, pointing to the west, where the sun is heaping the glowing cloud coals among the mountains.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fireplace, such as: chimney, furnace, stove, blaze, fireside, and grate.

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