Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A fireside.

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Examples

  • A sofa upholstered in prune plush had been translocated from opposite the door to the ingleside near the compactly furled Union

    Ulysses

  • John, however, walked quietly in, and sat down on a heap of rubbish by the ingleside; and William, following his example, sat down over-against him.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 331, September 13, 1828

  • Here for the asking was a competence, love, an ingleside of his own.

    The Line of Love Dizain des Mariages

  • ‘Oh aye, sir, there’s nae doubt o’ that, though there are mony idle clashes about the way and manner; for it’s an auld story now, and everybody tells it, as we were doing, their ain way by the ingleside.

    Chapter XII

  • A sofa upholstered in prune plush had been translocated from opposite the door to the ingleside near the compactly furled Union Jack (an alteration which he had frequently intended to execute): the blue and white checker inlaid majolicatopped table had been placed opposite the door in the place vacated by the prune plush sofa: the walnut sideboard

    Ulysses

  • John Paul was kneeling upon the flags by the ingleside, his face buried on the open Bible in his mother's lap.

    Richard Carvel — Complete

  • John Paul was kneeling upon the flags by the ingleside, his face buried on the open Bible in his mother's lap.

    Richard Carvel — Volume 04

  • Old Jerry found again his warm seat by the ingleside, where doubtless he

    My day : reminiscences of a long life,

  • John Paul was kneeling upon the flags by the ingleside, his face buried on the open Bible in his mother's lap.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • Your silent house hath need of him, your lonely ingleside

    The Four Winds of Eirinn

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