fire alarm

  1. an alarm that is tripped off by fire or smoke
  2. a shout or bell to warn that fire has broken out
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How To Use fire alarm In A Sentence

  • Connecticut schools have been fitting yellow intruder alarms next to fire alarms in their corridors and dining halls. Times, Sunday Times
  • He said the people seemed to panic more when the fire alarm went off.
  • The fire alarm deploys a curtain covering the paintings, and then activates the sprinklers.
  • FI system, IDD telephone, smoke sensitive , fire alarm and well - equipped toilet.
  • Some joker keeps setting off the fire alarm.
  • The architect, thought long and hard about the look of his upturned boats but evidently did not realise that the stoor created by construction work would trigger the fire alarms.
  • And we both hurried off filled with relief; Tony because he'd got away with setting the fire alarm off, and me because Tony had saved me from what had seemed a certain caning.
  • If a fire really breaks out, please sound the fire alarm.
  • Fire exit doors to stairwells, for example, should unlock when a fire alarm is tripped.
  • The fire alarm rang and everyone ran out of the building.
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