flue

Part of speech: noun

A channel or passage for smoke, air, or gas from a fire; a chimney.

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Usage examples "flue":

  1. The winding wooden staircase was black as a flue. - "A Crooked Mile", Oliver Onions.
  2. " I must speak to Mr Wentworth, if he comes, to keep on Thompson," she said to herself, and then gave a momentary sigh at the thought of the new flue, which was as good as her own invention, and which it had cost her both time and money to arrange to her satisfaction. - "The Perpetual Curate", Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant.
  3. The next day the stove was taken down, and the difficulty, owing to some defect in the flue, was removed. - "Words of Cheer for the Tempted, the Toiling, and the Sorrowing", T. S. Arthur.