steam-heated

[steem-hee-tid]
adjective
heated by steam.

Origin:
1880–85, Americanism

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All of this development was probably done in the comfort of his coal-driven,
  steam-heated office.
It was a time when telephones, steam-heated buildings and electric lights were
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Moves thermostatic control to keep steam-heated drum at specified temperature.
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