If one device overheats in a passenger cabin, that fire can be readily handled with an extinguisher.
"The children are teasing to go," said Mrs. Brown, as Uncle Tad came out again with an extinguisher under each arm.
A coronet is not merely an extinguisher: it is a hiding-place.
This last was a concession to Jan, who hated the extinguisher.
I had failed to put the extinguisher on the lighter, and the wick had gone on burning.
The consul ostentatiously dropped the extinguisher from his candlestick.
He could not put out a fire with a spear, therefore he invented the extinguisher.
Then the sun glowed out suddenly, as if some gigantic power had lifted an extinguisher from its glory.
It was an octagonal turret, crowned by a roof in the form of an extinguisher.
The usual way of signalling with smoke is to make a smudge fire of browse or grass and use a blanket as an extinguisher.