Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Dialectal forms of chimney.

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Examples

  • In the chamber there was a grit iron chimlay, under it a fire; other grit provision was not seen.

    Ivanhoe

  • In the chamber there was a grit iron chimlay, under it a fire; other grit provision was not seen.

    Ivanhoe

  • Commendator 'betwix an iron chimlay and a fire,' and there cruelly roasted him until he signed away his abbacy. it is one of the ugliest stories of an ugly period, but not, somehow, without such a flavour of the ridiculous as makes it hard to sympathise quite seriously with the victim.

    Essays of Travel

  • In the chamber there was a grit iron chimlay, under it a fire; other grit provision was not seen.

    Ivanhoe. A Romance

  • a grit iron chimlay, under it a fire; other grit provision was not seen.

    Ivanhoe

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