firehouse firehouse  /ˈfaɪ ər ˌhaʊs/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a station housing fire apparatus and firemen

Usage(s):

  1. Mike returns to work at the firehouse, but the reminders of Sept.
  2. Other coaches grumble about his firehouse brand of basketball.
  3. Other stories focus on fire technology, fire medicine and firehouse cookery.

News

  1. Commission approves firehouse deal

    An agreement to pursue a financial package to build a new firehouse and rehabilitate two additional stations was approved by the New Albany Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Evening News and Tribune

  2. Firehouse No. 4 land: Market price for parcel could reach $2 million

    The narrow strip of land, comprising almost five acres of flat, open park space fronted by a small firehouse, could fetch up to $2 million, based on estimates of similar property in the area.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Enid News & Eagle

  3. Firehouse 5K kicks off Newton Day

    Photo by Tracy Klimek/New Jersey Herald - Runners in the Newton Firehouse 5K pass through Newton Cemetery as they head toward the finish line. Photo by Amy Herzog/New Jersey Herald - The Hand Bell Choir of First United Methodist Music Ministry plays along Spring Street during Newton Day.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: New Jersey Herald

Quotes

  1. In a written statement, Mayor Sheila Dixon said she was "outraged by this deplorable act of hatred and intimidation. Threats and racial attacks are unacceptable anywhere -- especially in a firehouse."
    on Nov 21, 2007 By: Sheila Dixon Source: Baltimore Sun

  2. "There is more to leadership than releasing turtles and showing up in front of fire stations around 9/11 and saying 'We love firefighters,'" Meek said. "Every Floridian looks at a firehouse and says 'I appreciate what you're doing.' Every...
    on Oct 26, 2009 By: Kendrick Meek Source: MiamiHerald.com

  3. "Eddie is the firehouse of this team," said Shawn Marion, who had 24 points and 13 rebounds. "When he gets it going, he gets it going. He is definitely tough to stop when he gets in a groove."
    on Dec 30, 2005 By: Shawn Marion Source: USA Today

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