gas stove

IPA: gˈæsstˈoʊv

Root Word: Gas stove


  • A gas stove is a stove that is fuelled by combustible gas such as syngas, natural gas, propane, butane, liquefied petroleum gas or other flammable gas.

Examples of "gas-stove" in Sentences

  • Broiling on a gas-stove is equivalent to broiling over a fire.
  • The gas-stove and other things had disappeared behind the calico curtain.
  • I never drink any water except that which I have surreptitiously boiled in my own room over a gas-stove.
  • In the hall there was a gas-stove, which was kept burning, and gave a faint glimmer, so that each could see the outline of the other.
  • They lie repeatedly to the world (whose journalists seem willing to swallow stories and versions of stories as told by Hamas crooks they wouldn't otherwise buy a second hand kitchen gas-stove from).
  • She lit the gas-stove of imitation logs; Ruggles wheeled a chair in front of it and filled his pipe; from his match she glowed a cigarette, and with a great sigh of relief and tiredness lay back on the sofa.
  • Returning with admirable punctuality at the expiration of the half-hour, Mrs Deane led me to the kitchen, which was roomy, though rather dark, and contained a gas-stove, remarkably dirty, and a dresser chaotically piled with crockery and cooking implements.
  • It was a cold, dusty pigsty, with piles of books and papers littered all over the floor, generations of saucepans slumbering in their grease on the rusty gas-stove, the bed never made till afternoon, and everywhere — in every possible place where they could be stepped on or knocked over — tins of paint-fouled turpentine and pots half full of cold black tea.

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