chimney

Part of speech: noun

A flue for the smoke or gases from a fire.

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Usage examples "chimney":

  1. It was very still without; there was no motion at all in the pines toward the ice- bound shore; and the shadow of the wood smoke rising from the cabin chimney made almost a straight line across the snow. - "The Indian Drum", William MacHarg Edwin Balmer.
  2. It couldn't have been the chimney, because there isn't any. - "Seeing Things at Night", Heywood Broun.
  3. In the first place, he removed the fire- place from the middle of the floor into a corner, and had a chimney built for the escape of the smoke. - "The Story of Norway", Hjalmar H. Boyesen.