- heath cock,
- heath family,
- heath grass,
- heath hen
Origin of heater
Examples from the Web for heater
The two were sitting in front of a heater one November afternoon when Apple had a eureka moment.
"We had bedbugs before they were cool, before they were hip," says Heater.
Another suit of slip-on clothes with an Ecklin heater, and his lounging moccasins were in a pack on his back.Loot of the Void|Edwin K. Sloat
This style of heater will quickly heat a glass of water by simply immersing the heater in the water.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
Coulter stamped his feet as he turned on the heater and moved toward the door.A World Apart|Samuel Kimball Merwin
I've got chains on the rear and a heater in the old coupe, so it shouldn't be so bad.
Mrs. Paynter's room, nominally heated by a flume from the Latrobe heater in the parlor, was noticeably coolish on a wintry night.Queed|Henry Sydnor Harrison
c.1500, of persons, agent noun from heat. Of devices, from 1660s. Baseball slang meaning "fastball" is attested by 1985.