[fahyuh r-room, -roo m]
- a chamber in which the boilers of a steam vessel are fired.
Origin of fireroom
Also called stokehold, stokehole.
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Examples from the Web for fireroom
The fireroom is full of water; but it looks to me as though a seacock had been opened.
No, only put me in the fireroom, shoveling coal in the furnace.Dick in the Everglades
A. W. Dimock
It was a busy time in the fireroom, but there was nothing to do on deck but watch the steamer.Within The Enemy's Lines
Perhaps that explosion in the fireroom had not been meant to injure the ship seriously.
It was mounted amidships between the fireroom hatch and the break of the to'gallant fo'c's'le.With the Battle Fleet