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His Oval Office radio addresses were famously labeled “Fireside Chats” and he called listening citizens “my friends.”
His fireside chats brought his reassuring “radiogenic” voice to millions of Americans still suffering from the Great Depression.When Mars Attacked 75 Years Ago—And Everyone Believed It|Marc Wortman|October 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Are there robes and fireside chats with goblets of sherry, that sort of thing?No, ha, nothing quite so effete.
Jimmy Carter was initially viewed as charming when he held a fireside chat in a wool cardigan.
In his Fireside Chats, FDR spoke to some 60 million or more Americans as if he were confiding frankly to a single friend.
She came back to the fireside, and unfolded the letter and read it.Grey Roses|Henry Harland
At his first appearance on the scene, in the inn kitchen, he calls for a pipe of tobacco before taking his place at the fireside.The Social History of Smoking|G. L. Apperson
Here is a poor patient, sitting in an armchair by the fireside, labouring to get breath.Papers on Health|John Kirk
Dorothy, in kindness to us, was sitting alone by the fireside in Lady Crawford's chamber.Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall|Charles Major
The landlady installed her guest comfortably by the fireside, and offered what refreshment her house afforded.