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Kitchen range   /kˈɪtʃən reɪndʒ/   Listen
Kitchen range

A kitchen appliance used for cooking food.  Synonyms: cooking stove, kitchen stove, range, stove.

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"Kitchen range" Quotes from Famous Books

... pleasanter to read about a monsoon in Jonesville with your feet on a base burner than to experience one on a steamer. Everything swayed and tipped and swung, that could, even to our stomachs. We only made a short stop at Saigon—a hotter place I wuz never in. I thought of the oven in our kitchen range and felt that if Philury wuz bakin' bread and meat and beans and got into the oven to turn 'em, she knew a little about the climate ...
— Around the World with Josiah Allen's Wife • Marietta Holley

... Mrs. Sullivan!" cried Mary in a hearty voice, as she stirred the steaming mush on the kitchen range. ...
— A Woman who went to Alaska • May Kellogg Sullivan

... such preliminary interviews. The whole imbroglio was very simple, very natural. They had first met at my own rich cake and jam-puff bespread tea-table. When Randall went into the office to speak, presumably, about a defective draught in the kitchen range, and really about things quite different, the ethics of the matter depended entirely on Randall's point of view. Their meetings had been contrived by no unmaidenly subterfuge on the part of Phyllis. She knew him to be above her in social ...
— The Red Planet • William J. Locke

... Blue-beard's wives, suspended by their hair. Every nationality and every degree of mutilation was there represented, and the effect was funny beyond description. On the broad mantel-shelf over the stone fireplace reposed drums, merry-go-rounds, trumpets and toy horses; while on the hearth was a tiny kitchen range bearing a complete assortment of pots and pans of a most diminutive size. In every available nook of the room stood doll-carriages, rocking-horses, go-carts and fire-engines, each showing the scars ...
— Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party • C. E. Jacobs

... abnormally, that their clothes rent asunder with lightning-like rapidity, and that they fell into mud heaps with even greater facility than usual. It was sometimes a delicate problem to decide which of many pressing duties had the prior claim. Whether to try and feed the hungry (the kitchen range having sprung a leak), to start to repair two hundred odd garments (the weekly mend), or to resuscitate one of the babies (just rescued from the reservoir). At such times I would wonder if I were somewhere near attaining to that state ...
— Le Petit Nord - or, Annals of a Labrador Harbour • Anne Elizabeth Caldwell (MacClanahan) Grenfell and Katie Spalding

... Winterman. "Sometimes he hardly seems to follow what we're saying. But he's got such sound ideas—when he does speak he's never silly. And clever people sometimes are, don't you think so?" Bernald groaned an unqualified assent. "And he's so capable. The other day something went wrong with the kitchen range, just as I was expecting some friends of Bob's for dinner; and do you know, when Mr. Winterman heard we were in trouble, he came and took a look, and knew at once what to do? I told him it was a ...
— Tales Of Men And Ghosts • Edith Wharton

... however, was grateful, for she felt that if there was one thing worse than being hungry it was being cold, so she stoked the kitchen range with a free hand and luxuriated in the warmth though it necessitated frequent ...
— The Fighting Shepherdess • Caroline Lockhart

Words linked to "Kitchen range" :   primus, electric range, stove, grate, kitchen stove, kitchen appliance, cooking stove, gas cooker, cookstove, potbelly stove, grating, Primus stove, gas range, gas stove, potbelly, spirit stove, charcoal burner

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