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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His job, before breakfast, was to build a fire in a potbelly stove they had bolted to the sled.
But this a potbelly stove. If we calculate the sum of the grant, so each stove will cost $350, while same stoves are sold for $100 at bazaars.
Leading with his smooth manners and a paunch that will swell into a potbelly stove, he goes through the proper courtship motions.
The General Store, with air conditioning and a potbelly stove, serves as the activity center for the campground, selling bait, ice and firewood.
I went to a two-room schoolhouse with a potbelly stove in the back of the room.
We heated with a potbelly stove. Granny had a flock of chickens that gave us eggs almost every day, and then Sunday dinner on occasion.
* Nutter Hardware; Upper Arlington, Ohio: Nutter Hardware possesses the aesthetics of a classic general store, complete with a functioning potbelly stove and old-fashioned ceiling fans.
He grew up in the segregated south and attended grade school in a small classroom huddled around a potbelly stove to keep warm in the winter.
To a quiet pint here, by the old potbelly stove at the Oak, given that the Vulcan is no more, watching out the window as last-minute travellers zoom down Newport Road to their own warm fires and families.
The potbelly stove, based on improvements to Benjamin Franklin's metal-lined fireplace, the "Franklin Stove," became a popular wood-burning heat source in the United States during the 1800s.
It has a full-size bed (BYO bedding for additional guests) plus a gas range for fixing dinner, a potbelly stove for staying warm--and a 360[degrees] panorama that'll keep you mesmerized till it's time to turn in.
He didn't speak English, and I didn't speak Japanese, but he taught me the basics of oil painting in a wood shack that had a potbelly stove. The memories of the smells and the atmosphere of that experience are what stick with me even more than the simple lessons." Even so, those lessons greatly affected his work.