Synonym: forge, heater, kiln, oven, stove. Similar words: furnish, furniture, journal, menace, vernacular, turn away, panacea, nocturnal. Meaning: ['fɜrnɪs /'fɜːn-] n. an enclosed chamber in which heat is produced to heat buildings, destroy refuse, smelt or refine ores, etc..
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1, The metal glowed in the furnace.
2, We had better fire up the furnace.
3, I stoked the furnace for the night.
4, Embers glowed in the furnace.
5, The walls of the furnace are always scoured.
6, This meeting room's as hot as a furnace.
7, It is time he banked up the furnace.
8, A blast of hot air came from the furnace.
9, This meeting room's like a furnace.
10, The coals were ashed in a furnace.
11, Keep away from the furnace.
12, It's like a furnace in here!
13, It's like a furnace in here can we open a window?
14, Don't forget to damp down the furnace before going to bed.
15, The flame in the furnace can be looked at through colored glasses.
16, The flame in the furnace can be looked at through coloured glasses.
17, The furnace broke down and the entire office building has no heat.
18, The furnace man's job was to pump away furiously at the bellows.
19, In the basement are ducts leading from the furnace.
20, To her shivering body,[http://sentencedict.com/furnace.html] he felt like a furnace.
21, The roar of a furnace engine broke the silence.
22, The furnace went out in the middle of winter.
23, Another local mill was known as Furnace Mill.
24, For that matter,[sentencedict.com] where is the furnace?
25, A furnace exploded all over him.
26, The heat and glare of the furnace is immense.
27, Even with the furnace on, he had the servants put coal in the grates of most of the rooms.
28, You need a team of about twelve people to work a furnace this size.
29, It's cold in here - should I turn on the furnace?
30, There was a low protecting wall to knock down the heat blasting from the pit of the furnace.
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