fireside[ fahyuh r-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF fireside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIRESIDE
Mrs. Raymount was sitting at the fireside with her embroidery.
Why shouldn't we make one fireside of it, and marry each other?'
There was a sergeant, reading, in one of the fireside groups.
All this hubbub excited the attention of Boxtel, who was just taking his meal by his fireside.
Now to recollect by the fireside on the white square of marble.
In the evening, at his fireside, he drew it out again and re-read it.
What time would you have at your fireside, or even at your family table?
He had no mind to spend the day at her fireside in pleasant, meaningless talk.
Thus world-wide conditions may be flashed to the farmer's fireside.
"I once attempted a deal with him," said an old farmerlike man at the fireside.