Definition of Gas cooker

1. Noun. A range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas.

Exact synonyms: Gas Range, Gas Stove
Terms within: Gas Ring, Heating Element
Generic synonyms: Cooking Stove, Kitchen Range, Kitchen Stove, Range, Stove



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gas Cooker

gas blanket
gas bomb
gas bottle
gas bottles
gas bracket
gas burner
gas cautery
gas chamber
gas chambers
gas chromatography
gas clathrate
gas clathrates
gas company
gas constant
gas constants
gas cooker (current term)
gas cylinder
gas cylinders
gas cyst
gas embolism
gas engine
gas fire
gas fires
gas fitter
gas fitting
gas fixture
gas furnace
gas gage
gas gangrene
gas gangrene antitoxin

Literary usage of Gas cooker

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain by Sanitary Institute of Great Britain (1894)
"Westminster gas cooker. Certificate of Merit, 1890. Westminster Gas Cooking Stove, with Bunsen Burner. Certificate of Merit, 1892. To W. SUGG & Co. ..."

2. The Ventilation, Heating, and Lighting of Dwellings by Joseph William Thomas (1906)
"There is much to be said in favour of a gas cooker for summer use, because the heat evolved is less than from a coal cooking range in actual operation, ..."

3. Town Gas and Its Uses for the Production of Light, Heat, and Motive Power by William Hosgood Young Webber (1907)
"The process of grilling meat exposes that food to a torrent of incomplete products of combustion compared with what happens in the gas cooker, ..."

4. The Electrical Solicitors' Handbook by National Electric Light Association (1909)
"But what advantages has the electric cooker over the gas cooker, which, ... For instance, in the gas cooker it will be necessary to watch carefully when the ..."

5. Journal of the Sanitary Institute by Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) (1898)
"... SE " Metropolitan " gas cooker. J. DEFRIES & SONS, LTD., 147, ... Hercules " gas cooker. ..."

6. Transactions of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain by Sanitary Institute of Great Britain (1894)
"Westminster gas cooker. Certificate of Merit, 1890. Westminster Gas Cooking Stove, with Bunsen Burner. Certificate of Merit, 1892. To W. SUGG & Co. ..."

7. The Ventilation, Heating, and Lighting of Dwellings by Joseph William Thomas (1906)
"There is much to be said in favour of a gas cooker for summer use, because the heat evolved is less than from a coal cooking range in actual operation, ..."

8. Town Gas and Its Uses for the Production of Light, Heat, and Motive Power by William Hosgood Young Webber (1907)
"The process of grilling meat exposes that food to a torrent of incomplete products of combustion compared with what happens in the gas cooker, ..."

9. The Electrical Solicitors' Handbook by National Electric Light Association (1909)
"But what advantages has the electric cooker over the gas cooker, which, ... For instance, in the gas cooker it will be necessary to watch carefully when the ..."

10. Journal of the Sanitary Institute by Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) (1898)
"... SE " Metropolitan " gas cooker. J. DEFRIES & SONS, LTD., 147, ... Hercules " gas cooker. ..."

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