from The Century Dictionary.
- Destitute of fire.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Destitute of fire.
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- adjective Without
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In the average home much fuel could be saved by the proper use of what is known as the fireless cooker.
-- A style of gas stove that meets with favor in many homes is the so-called fireless-cooking gas stove, one style of which is shown in Fig. 7.
What are some labor-saving household devices that could be made by boys and girls (such as fireless cookers, iceless refrigerators, etc.)?
Above timber-line, fireless, for two days, he struggled blindly to find lower levels.
Eventually, though, he got back to sleeping and fireless dreams.
They made fireless camps above timber line, thawing their meat rations with the heat of their bodies before they could eat .... weary ghosts in a dead world.
LEMON: Caught on tape, a fireless customer takes down a suspected bank robber near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Downstairs, her mother and father sat in the foodless, fireless dining room.
Then she added, O man, the neighbours use to see us light our oven every night; and, if they see us fireless this night, they will know that we are destitute.
Boneless One 42 gnaws his foot in his fireless house and wretched home; for the sun shows him no pastures to make for, but goes to and fro over the land and city of dusky men 43, and shines more sluggishly upon the whole race of the Hellenes.