chimney pot


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chimney pot

n.
A short, usually earthenware pipe placed on the top of a chimney to improve the draft.

chim′ney pot`


n.
an earthenware or metal pipe atop a chimney, esp. to increase the draft and disperse smoke.
[1820–30]
Translations

chimney pot

ncomignolo
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