Definitions

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  • adj. fueled by wood

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Examples

  • He put solar panels on the roof and a wood-burning stove in his office, and he ordered limits on thermostats in all federal buildings.

    The Good Fight

  • The Beach Hut is fairly basic, but no less lovely for that: there's no electricity, but a woodburner and gas hob – and a wood-burning hot tub outside everything is eco, including the loo!

    Summer holidays: 10 of the best trips for couples

  • Each unit has a washer and dryer, wood-burning fireplaces and balconies.

    There's Not Enough Lenox Hill to Go Around

  • The house has five wood-burning fireplaces, some with the original andirons.

    A Lodge in 'The Park'

  • DETAILS: The house, built in 1997, has a metal roof, wide-plank wood walls, a wood-burning fireplace and built-in shelving.

    Small Homes, Great Outdoors

  • Towne & Country Properties/Sotheby's International Realty The house has five wood-burning fireplaces, some with the original andirons.

    Tuxedo Park Lodge

  • Sublime Built in 1997, the 1,270-square-foot home has a metal roof, wide plank wood walls, a wood-burning fireplace and built-in shelving.

    Small Homes in the Great Outdoors

  • Rows of crusty European-style breads, all naturally leavened and baked in a wood-burning oven, lined the shelves alongside beautiful little individual quiches.

    Anna Watson Carl: Eating Traverse City: Part II

  • Gas fireplaces can include glass fronts, doors or paneling, and they have become more popular over the years as a cleaner alternative to wood-burning stoves.

    Dangers of fireplace glass

  • The apartments each get new walnut hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplaces and washer and dryers.

    New Faces, Same Appeal in Kew Gardens

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