Definition of Furnace room
1. Noun. A room (usually in the basement of a building) that contains a furnace for heating the building.
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Literary usage of Furnace room
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1. Engineering Education: Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Society by Meeting (1896)
"furnace room. 70. Tables. 49. Blacksmith's forge. 71. Cases for apparatus, etc. 50. Anvil. 72. Sink. 51. Blacksmith's table. 73. Library. 52. ..."
2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1913)
"The room she occupied was immediately above the furnace room, and the flue to which the furnace was connected passed through this room, or rather, ..."
3. The Sampling and Assay of the Precious Metals: Comprising Gold, Silver by Ernest Alfred Smith (1913)
"The size of the various rooms will depend on the amount and character of the work to be done in them, but the furnace room and laboratory for wet work ..."
4. The Manufacture of Pulp and Paper: A Textbook of Modern Pulp and Paper Mill by J. Newell Stephenson (1922)
"THE furnace room THE ROTARY FURNACE 99. Outline of Process for Treating Black Liquor.—When the black liquor leaves the evaporators (whatever the type), ..."
5. The School Speaker and Reader by William De Witt Hyde (1900)
"A HERO OF THE furnace room.1 THE duty of the boiler-makers on warships is of the most dangerous nature. In action, between actions, and out of action the ..."