a metal receptacle for holding live coals or other fuel, as for heating a room.
a simple cooking device consisting of a container of live coals covered by a grill or thin metal top upon which the food, usually meat, is placed.
a person who makes articles of brass.
Contemporary Examples

The Queen of the French Kitchen Katie Baker March 25, 2014
The Queen of the French Kitchen Katie Baker March 25, 2014
The Queen of the French Kitchen Katie Baker March 25, 2014
The Queen of the French Kitchen Katie Baker March 25, 2014
To Truly Shame Putin, Show Us the Bodies of MH17 Tim Teeman July 21, 2014

Historical Examples

Rob Harlow’s Adventures George Manville Fenn
The Silent Bullet Arthur B. Reeve
My Trip Around the World Eleonora Hunt
Vera Oscar Wilde
Aliens William McFee

a person engaged in brass-working or brass-founding
a portable metal receptacle for burning charcoal or coal, used for cooking, heating, etc


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