Fire-alarm



noun
1.
a signal that warns that a fire has started.
2.
a bell, buzzer, siren, horn, etc., that provides such a signal.
noun
1.
a device to give warning of fire, esp a bell, siren, or hooter
2.
a shout to warn that a fire has broken out

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