Adjectives for Stove | Words to describe Stove

  • Great
  • Conical
  • Little
  • Red-Hot
  • Busted
  • Air-Tight
  • Big
  • Old-Fashioned
  • Rusty
  • Traditional
  • Broken
  • Hot
  • Warm
  • Black
  • New
  • Small
  • Old
  • Precious
  • Open
  • Sheet-Iron
  • Third-Handed
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    • 1. They were marshalled into a large, uncarpeted kitchen, full of youngsters, with a great red-hot stove in their midst. 🔊
    • 2. Say, do you know, you've been cuddlin' up against a j'int of warm stove pipe for nearly an hour? 🔊
    • 3. There was a fine fireplace, marred, however, by a small stove showing evidences of occasional culinary efforts. 🔊
    • 4. Set it on a chafing-dish over a slow fire, or on a hot stove, and stir it with a wooden spoon till the boat has entirely dissolved it. 🔊
    • 5. The play of the firelight that shone through the holes of the broken stove sent flickering shadows dancing over the floor and walls of the rough interior. 🔊
    • 6. Bill was surprised that the boss had paid him even this grudging compliment, and as he sat beside the big stove, puzzled over the peculiar glance that had accompanied it. 🔊
    • 7. Bill noted with satisfaction that there still remained a goodly portion of the firewood which he had cut and carried in upon his previous visit, and he soon had a fire roaring in the rusty stove. 🔊
    • 8. And then they all danced and capered again; all but Polly, who was down before the precious stove examining and exploring into ovens and everything that belonged to it. 🔊
    • 9. Before ever the faintest streaks of light penetrated the thicket, he had started the coffee to boiling on the little stove, and breakfast was almost ready before he wakened his young comrades. 🔊
    • 10. Glancing in from the area a moment later, he saw a scantily furnished room, heated by an open stove and lighted by a single jet of gas, which flickered in a thin greenish flame. 🔊
    • 11. Five of them will furnish a cylinder, conical stove, fifteen inches diameter, and as many high, and five more will give us about seven feet of two and a half-inch stove-pipe. 🔊
    • 12. Harry stood bare-armed, with the dust still thick upon him, just outside the entrance of the tent, holding a spider over our little stove, and glanced half regretfully toward the budget. 🔊
    • 13. It would have been bracing enough if there had been a cheery open fire, or at least a glowing little sheet-iron stove, to thaw and dry out at, as there is on most patrol craft, and even on many trawlers. 🔊
    • 14. Here and there a star shone in it with intense brilliancy, and though the great stove roared in the draught it seemed to Miss Schuyler that a destroying cold came in. 🔊
    • 15. I saw the boards fastened into the wall above each bed, the small stove, the heap of coal in a corner, a few yellowish earthen-ware bowls and jugs, and blunt knives on a rickety table. 🔊
    • 16. Ivan lighted two lamps, and then, going to the fireplace, which he had here substituted for the traditional stove, and wherein a low fire burned, he threw on half a dozen blocks of peat. 🔊
    • 17. Here we paused a couple of days, putting up in a dilapidated lumbermen's shanty, and cooking our fish over an old stove which had been left there. 🔊
    • 18. A dozen water buckets were put into each of the two upper rooms to which all the officers were restricted; also a small cylinder coal stove; nothing else until December, when another small stove was placed there. 🔊
    • 19. Its single room with its raftered walls, books and a lamp, an old-fashioned stove, a work-basket, a faded rag-carpet and the trophies of childhood, boy and girl, was snug and comfortable. 🔊
    • 20. In the Third Reader one's face burned from the red-hot stove so near by, while one shivered from the draught when the window was lowered above one's head. 🔊
    • 21. Now, as the light strengthened, Wallie could see his third-handed stove purchased from the secondhand man, Tucker, standing in the corner with its list to starboard. 🔊
    • 22. A huge chimney-stack protruded some three feet into the room, and in it was a hole which admitted the pipe of a rusty air-tight stove that gave out just enough heat to take the chill edge off the damp, heavy atmosphere. 🔊

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