from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having a chimney or chimneys; furnished with chimneys.

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  • adjective containing chimneys, or a particular type or number of chimney


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  • When Hillcrist finds out that Hornblower plans to turn the pastoral farmland into a chimneyed factory complex and house blue collar workers on the grounds adjoining his beloved manor, he vows to fight back and never accept the Hornblower Family as equals.

    Movie:The Skin Game (1931) Zen Tiger 2010

  • One morning, when the sun was so warm as to raise a steam from the south-eastern slopes of those flanking hills that looked so lovely above the old roofs, but made every low-chimneyed house in the town as smoky as Tophet, Barnet glanced from the windows of the town-council room for lack of interest in what was proceeding within.

    Wessex Tales 2006

  • On reaching a suitable eminence, the father and son stood still to look upon the many-chimneyed building, or rather conglomeration of buildings, to which these groves and glades formed a setting.

    The Hand of Ethelberta 2006

  • That was how he met Elizabeth, the person we were about to visit in the many-chimneyed house.

    Borrowed Finery, A Memoir Fox, Paula 2001

  • The chimneyed row houses, the cacophony of kilt and tea shops ooze quaintness.

    Literary Pilgrimages: George Orwell 1998

  • In the interest of cleanliness over anything else, the floors and walls were tiled in pale green ceramic, and the lighting was all accomplished with glass-chimneyed oil lamps.

    Brightly Burning Lackey, Mercedes 2000

  • The squat, solid structure, reminiscent of a chimneyed

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1996

  • A hanging dual-chimneyed lamp illuminates the office, also leaving the faint scent of soot and oil.

    The Magic Engineer Modesitt, L. E. 1994

  • Penfeld adjusted his nightcap, set his chimneyed candle on his washstand, and gently removed Emily from his arms.

    Once An Angel Medeiros, Teresa, 1962- 1993

  • The long spiraling stair turned round and round with very little visible in any direction but below, where a few chimneyed candles, sconced torches or hung lanterns flared along the central shaft, doing more for acrophobia than absolute blackness might, I suppose.

    Blood of Amber Zelazny, Roger 1986


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