potbelly stove

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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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