hearthside

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

hearth +‎ -side

Noun[edit]

hearthside (plural hearthsides)

  1. The area around the fireplace in the living-room of a family house.
    • Tuesday January 11, 2000,The Guardian, Judi James,
      Working women are stressing out their male partners by discussing business problems around the family hearthside.

Adjective[edit]

hearthside (not comparable)

  1. Used to identify something as normally being in the area of the fireplace.
    A hearthside rug.
  2. Pertaining to an activity normal to the household, usually associated with the living-room, whether or not it has a real fireplace.
    Every Wednesday we have a hearthside meeting of the family.
    This is a good hearthside book.

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