Word of the day:Chimney

Say it:chim-ne

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A part of a building through which smoke rises into the outside air especially the part that sticks up above the roof.

Etymology: French

Synonyms:Stack, Smokestack,Flue, Shaft, Funnel, Vent,Lum

Use in a sentence: A coal fire thrust yellow flames up the chimney.

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