noun, plural fire·hous·es [fahyuh r-hou-ziz] /ˈfaɪərˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of firehouse
Examples from the Web for firehouse
Contemporary Examples of firehouse
The court house is now the Anthology Archive and the firehouse is a Chinese community center.Pryor Dodge's Two-Wheeled Obsession Is Now a Museum of Bike History
September 15, 2014
“Still Standing,” read the firehouse motto stenciled on the front of the two rigs parked behind them.A Final Burial at Ground Zero
May 10, 2014
The firehouse filled with the sounds of the two once-battered cities laughing together.Boston and New York’s Bravest Are Brothers Bonded by Tragedy
April 15, 2014
The firehouse is near the Food Emporium market where Tommy worked as the meat manager before he was called to the FDNY.Firefighter’s Son in Iconic 1995 Funeral Photo Follows His Dad’s Deadly Steps
December 10, 2013
I notice a yellow Nerf gun–like toy on the couch inside the firehouse.With the Fireman of Brooklyn’s Company 224 as They Observe the Fallen
Maurice Emerson Decaul
September 12, 2013
Historical Examples of firehouse
"All right, Firehouse," said Strong, using the man's nickname.
Firehouse Tim Rush stated that they had deserted their stations.
But listen, we'd do anything to be taken off this detail and get Firehouse off our necks.
The girls thought the firehouse itself was afire and ran shrieking around the room begging to be saved.Continuous Vaudeville
Will M. Cressy
Startled, Roger whirled around to see Firehouse Tim behind him, his battered and beaten face clouded with rage.