firehouse

[fahyuhr-hous]
noun, plural firehouses [fahyuhr-hou-ziz] .

Origin:
1895–1900; fire + house

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Example sentences
Jo was home after helping out with his family's lawn-sprinkler business, before
  heading for the firehouse.
But because his firehouse sits in the woods high above the city, every few days
  he gets calls from residents freaked out by fauna.
Then when they're not, they're lifting weights and hitting the bag at the
  firehouse.
Sound the alarm-this isn't your father's firehouse kitchen.
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