wood-burning

ADJECTIVE
  1. fueled by wood
    a wood-burning stove
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How To Use wood-burning In A Sentence

  • Discontent with a home having only a pallet on the floor, a washbasin, and a wood-burning stove, she dreamed of a better life in the city.
  • Wood-burning stoves and fireplaces, like kerosene heaters, produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen oxides, in addition to benzopyrene, a carcinogen, and respirable suspended particulates. HOME COMFORTS
  • There are nautical fabrics in the sitting room with its alcoved window seat, white sofas and wood-burning stove. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only sound was the crackle of the wood-burning stove. Times, Sunday Times
  • Finally, the duck is suspended in an open-mouth wood-burning oven and roasted until it is crisp and mahogany colored.
  • The dining room has a beamed ceiling and a wood-burning stove within a stone fireplace.
  • The number of homeowners installing wood-burning stoves has already doubled in the past five years to more than 160,000 a year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only sound was the crackle of the wood-burning stove. Times, Sunday Times
  • A twelve-year-old boy with dark hair and long bangs hung around the wood-burning stove.
  • As London grew from a rambling town into a crowded urban center, its city air grew ever more foul with smoke and unhealthy sulfur dioxide gases from wood-burning and coal-burning stoves.
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