Definition of Spirit stove
1. Noun. A stove that burns a volatile liquid fuel such as alcohol.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Spirit Stove
Literary usage of Spirit stove
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ascent of Mount S' Elias...Alaska by Filippo de Filippi, Vittorio Sella (1900)
"These consist of one day's rations, a small spirit stove, a mercurial barometer, two aneroids, a hygrometer, spirit and mercurial thermometer, ..."
2. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1885)
"The spirit stove heats much quicker, than the oil. The burners want no attention, and, above all, your utensils require no outside cleaning after use. ..."
3. A Manual of Yacht and Boat Sailing by Dixon Kemp, Brooke Heckstall-Smith (1900)
"The " Stella " Company, of Oxford-street, make a spirit stove which is much in use ; also the Albion Lamp Company, Birmingham ; the "Victor," made by Wright ..."
4. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1896)
"A German firm has introduced the elegant and simple spirit stove shown by the ... spirit stove. Steam Apparatus. Steam Apparatus—Practical Construction for ..."
5. The Autobiography of a Newspaper Girl by Elizabeth L. Banks (1902)
"I even found that I could get up a dainty dinner over the spirit-stove, ending with a sweet, dessert, finger- bowls and all, for the low price of one ..."
6. The Life of Nietzsche by Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche (1915)
"He also used to do a little cooking on a spirit- stove, and was very proud of his domestic accomplishments, since this was ..."