kitchen range

NOUN
  1. a kitchen appliance used for cooking food
    dinner was already on the stove
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  • They dubbed the cavalrymen “Grub scout,” “Kitchen ranger,” “Bomb Proof,” “Buttermilk spies,” and “Loonies.” Cavalryman of the Lost Cause
  • Blacklead brushes and polish were used to blacklead the kitchen range every morning after the fire had been cleaned out.
  • a bottle-jack key, or the winch of a kitchen range, the click of the mechanism being imitated by means of a watchman's rattle, or by the even simpler expedient of drawing a piece of hard wood smartly along Entertainments for Home, Church and School
  • Our first venture into sugaring was a stove-top operation: sap boiled on the kitchen range to produce two or three quarts for our own use.
  • Then we had to furnish the house, picking out sofas, kitchen ranges, and iceboxes, the likes of which we saw only in the houses of our city cousins.
  • In temperate climates, many affordable housing providers rely on upgraded bath fans and kitchen range hoods ducted to the outside.
  • An old kitchen range, sugan chairs, kitchen tables, the use of natural stone and wood combined give Doyle's a cosy country atmosphere.
  • There is a nifty little kitchen range that comes in high-gloss black, which will, I hope, look rather smart.
  • The stovepipe from the kitchen range ran through it, giving it ample warmth. The Second Chance
  • A fire roared in the kitchen range and sides of ham hung from a ceiling for smoking.
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