hearthside

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

hearth +‎ -side

NounEdit

hearthside (plural hearthsides)

  1. The area around the fireplace in the living-room of a family house.
    • Tuesday January 11, 2000,The Guardian, Judi James,
      Working women are stressing out their male partners by discussing business problems around the family hearthside.

AdjectiveEdit

hearthside (not comparable)

  1. Used to identify something as normally being in the area of the fireplace.
    A hearthside rug.
  2. Pertaining to an activity normal to the household, usually associated with the living-room, whether or not it has a real fireplace.
    Every Wednesday we have a hearthside meeting of the family.
    This is a good hearthside book.

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