We found my child sitting in the chimney-corner, making a petticoat for her little god-daughter out of her own old clothes.
She led him in, and after locking and barring the door, conducted him to the chimney-corner.
"We shall all perish," wailed an old woman, shrinking back further into the chimney-corner, and wringing her hands.
Let me give him half my supper, and perhaps he can sleep in the chimney-corner.
She pointed to a seat by the fire, and entered the other side of the chimney-corner herself.
The chimney-corner, at that date, was literally a chimney-corner.
Florence is my chimney-corner, where I can sulk and be happy.
My uncle's big arm-chair was no longer in the chimney-corner.
But it is time the elder generation withdrew to the chimney-corner and gave us our rights!
The good lady, however, had not of late years deserted her chimney-corner.