- n an area near a fireplace (usually paved and extending out into a room)
- n home symbolized as a part of the fireplace
fighting in defense of their firesides
- During his fireside chat last week, Carter introduced what may prove to be the most memorable symbol of an Administration that promises to make steady use of symbolismthe .
- As the President explained in a fireside chat, "We suffer primarily from a failure of consumer demand because of a lack of buying power.
- There's no TV, so after a fireside chat with your hosts who will happily share folk tales, folk songs and plantation lore you'll probably turn in early, and that has an .
- Andrew Strauss in TVNZ
I'm lucky to have been given the opportunity to come back and prove that I wasn't a spent force,Strauss said. "When you are sitting by the fireside after you retire, days like these, when you score a 100 in the fourth innings to help your...
- Peter Chapple-Hyam in Sportinglife.com
Fireside is in good form and is ready to run,said trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam.
- Peter Debnam in Sydney Morning Herald
I don't know why the Labor Party wants to sit down instead of stand up,Mr Debnam told reporters. "I think it really should be a stand-up debate, after all this is meant to be a debate not a fireside chat."