a company of firefighters.
a fire-insurance company.
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How to use fire company in a sentence
At a time when an errant spark could burn down half of the city’s wood-framed buildings, the city paid cash rewards to the volunteer fire companies that successfully doused the flames.New York’s First Crime Boss: Captain Isaiah Rynders | Mark Lawrence Schrad | September 10, 2021 | The Daily Beast
The sheriff’s office said that deputies were called to the fire company, which was serving as a polling site, on Monday afternoon, because two people inside the polling area had refused to wear masks.Maryland man arrested after trying to vote without a mask has sued, saying rights were violated | Ovetta Wiggins, Erin Cox | October 29, 2020 | Washington Post
A fire company was out trying its engine and hoses, and followed of course by a squad of the idle and unwashed.Lands of the Slave and the Free | Henry A. Murray
But the other fire company thought there really was a fire, an' they come out with their engine an' begun to squirt on the house.Out of the Hurly-Burly | Charles Heber Clark
Members of Hecla fire company will please take notice of trade.The Skipper and the Skipped | Holman Day
The fire company had disbanded, and nearly every one had grown rich enough to own a shot-gun.
A spell ago—'long in the fall, I guess it was—I was over to Alton, an' there was a fire company paradin'.A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches | Sarah Orne Jewett
British Dictionary definitions for fire company
an insurance company selling policies relating to fire risk
US an organized body of firemen
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