In the Pedal department no reed or flue pipe can begin to compare with a Diaphone, either in attack or in volume of tone.
The chimney-pot to which he had to fix the flue was in the middle of the roof.
The tall boy came out of "the flue" and stood before the dying fire.
Dirty finger-prints were on the hall-windows, flue and rubbish on its unwashed boards.
One of the principal points to be attended to in building an ash-furnace is the elevation of the flue.
He said he put it in the flue of the fireplace, because there was no closet in the room.
The only easy remedy here, is to keep the opening shut of that flue in which there is no fire.
He put it in the flue of the fireplace, and it tumbled down.
A slight slope of the flue, from the chimney down, provides for drainage and improves the draft.
Biddy had made up too large a fire in the stove and heated the flue.
"smoke channel in a chimney," 1580s, perhaps related to 15c. word meaning "mouthpiece of a hunting horn," or perhaps from Old English flowan "to flow," and/or Old French fluie "stream."