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Stokehold

Stoke´hold`
n.1.(Naut.) The space, or any of the spaces, in front of the boilers of a ship, from which the furnaces are fed; the stokehole of a ship; also, a room containing a ship's boilers; as, forced draft with closed stokehold; - called also, in American ships, fireroom.
Noun1.stokehold - (nautical) chamber or compartment in which the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
Synonyms: fireroom, stokehole
chamber, fireroom, navigation, sailing, seafaring, stokehole
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