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potbelly stove

n.
A short rounded stove in which wood or coal is burned. Also called potbellied stove.
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Noun1.potbelly stove - a bulbous stove in which wood or coal is burnedpotbelly stove - a bulbous stove in which wood or coal is burned
cooking stove, kitchen range, kitchen stove, stove, range - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
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His work ethic was instilled as a young boy when he was responsible for milking the cows, feeding the pigs and removing ashes from his home's pot-bellied stove.
We don't have a coal fire any more but the pot-bellied stove in the garden might come in handy.
Yet those "four walls and a pot-bellied stove," as Wells describes his school, stood him in very good stead.
Following the ceremony, while alpacas grazed in the background, they showed off their farmhouse - complete with refurbished pot-bellied stove - and changed quickly into overalls so they might be comfortable for the remainder of their outdoor reception.
I have very eclectic taste in books and enjoy anything provided it's well written and has a good story but sometimes it's refreshing when the worst thing that happens is the pot-bellied stove breaks down in the classroom.
Out here, schussing through the pines, you'll spy the miniature Spooner Cabin with a generous woodpile to feed the pot-bellied stove inside.
He would sweat at night huddled around the pot-bellied stove in the middle of the tent with big-eared Ernesto Diaz from California who made fun of Ned for eating canned pig brains on scrambled eggs.
In addition to a charming tea room, a library and an elegant living room with fireplace, the first floor features a master bedroom suite with 19th century pot-bellied stove.
When I was a kid, early spring meant sitting around Pete's pot-bellied stove and listening to my dad and him swap lies about the bush.
Set designer Alan Standrowicz makes sure we know that "Bus Stop" takes place in the 1950s, with exacting visual references such as a pot-bellied stove and a Coca-Cola sign with a 5-cent numeral.
I have very eclectic taste in books but sometimes it's refreshing when the worst thing that happens is the pot-bellied stove breaks down in the classroom.
You need to have a separate place to work, to call your own, even if it's a shed out back with a pot-bellied stove," Fouts says.