radiator

[ rey-dee-ey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF radiator
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Polly shivered in her damp clothing and went over to the radiator.

And the captain looked anything but formidable as he hugged the radiator.

He looked at his cigar regretfully, and laid it on the top of the radiator.

She tossed aside 66 her hat and coat and sat by the radiator to warm her hands.

Close by where they worked was a radiator, so that they had been kept warm all day.

The engine of an automobile is cooled by the water that passes over it from the radiator.

Hillard regained his room and leaned with his back to the radiator.

There was no fire in the room, so I gazed blankly into the radiator.

He found Bradish sprawled in a morris-chair which was lashed to a radiator.

He had found a rather shaky chair, and had drawn it up in front of the radiator.

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