|heating stove||Franklin stove|
|(Zoology) tailed amphibian from the order Caudata found in warm temperate climates (resembles a small lizard), mythical reptile living in fire, portable stove, small animal resembling lizard||salamander|
|a trademark for a brand of portable kerosene cooking stove, used by campers||Primus stove|
|achieve something, be aligned, be understood, book for official records, cash register, computer memory location, correct alignment, display feeling or thought, enroll, heating grate, item in official list, record; book for maintaining records; style o...||register|
|alloy of about 55% copper and about 45% nickel used for electrical resistance heating, copper nickel alloy||constantan|
|apparatus which generates heat (for heating homes, melting metals, etc.), enclosure producing great heat, somewhere hot||furnace|
|apparatus which provides heat for cooking or warmth and is powered by electricity or fuel, appliance for cooking or heating, heat in a stove, heat-producing chamber or device, stave, stave (Past participle of)||stove|
|appliance for cooking, stove, oven (for cooking or baking); device in which food is cooked (pot, pressure cooker, etc.)||cooker|
|argue something in reply, closed container for heating substances, glass vessel, heat something in retort, make a sharp answer, give an incisive reply; retaliate, reciprocate, requite, return in kind; reply to an argument with a contrary claim, respond...||retort|
|attempt; test, experiment; examine, determine guilt or innocence, put on trial (Law); subject to strain; separate through heating, refine, purify (Obsolete), attempt; trial, experiment; scoring of three points in Rugby by touching the ball down beyond ...||try|
|attempting; testing, experimenting; examination, determination of guilt or innocence, putting on trial (Law); subjecting to strain; act of separating through heating, refining (Archaic), difficult to endure; annoying, stressful||trying|
|backflow, ebb, receding flow, backward flow, heat something while condensing vapor, heating while condensing vapor, regurgitation of stomach fluid||reflux|
|basic principles, basic unit of matter, bread and wine in Christian ceremony, component of an optical system, component of electric circuit, constituent of geometric figure, factor, forces of weather, heating part of an appliance, little bit, main comp...||element|
|birdlime, calcium oxide, white alkaline substance obtained by heating calcium carbonate at high temperatures (used in building and agriculture); quicklime; small green citrus fruit with juicy sour pulp, calcium used for improving soil, catch birds or a...||lime|
|blending of things, combination of musical styles, heating and liquefying something, melting, smelting; blend, mixture, combination; union; coalescence, nuclear fusion||fusion|
|bottom of furnace, container for melting something, ordeal, pot for heating a substance (generally metal) at very high temperatures; difficult test or trial, testing circumstances||crucible|
|bulging stomach, pot, potbelly stove, protruding stomach, large belly, rounded stomach||potbelly|
|calefactive, serving to heat, heating||calefactory|
|cementing, cementing of rocks, heating metal with powder, reinforcement with mortar, act of cementing; process of being cemented, sedimentary rock formation||cementation|
|change in order to deceive, happen, heat illegal drug, make or become hot, one who prepares food, chef, prepare food, prepare food by heating; be prepared by heating (of food); falsify account records, proof that a problem is wrong, show to be wrong, s...||cook|
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