, as of sheet metal, serving as a
chimney or to connect a
with a chimney flue.
a pipe that serves as a flue to a stove
a man's tall silk hat
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Except it's not technically their place, stovepipe hats notwithstanding.
He was tall, thin and bearded, wearing a stovepipe hat and looking at notes scribbled on the back of an envelope.
Use no more than two right-angle bends in the stovepipe installation.
Maintain a screen constructed of non-flammable material over the flue opening of every chimney or stovepipe.
Install stovepipe thermometers to help monitor flue temperatures.
Pa put a stovepipe up through the ceiling into the attic and out through a hole in the roof.
If you look high on the wall to the right of the bedroom door, you can see where the stovepipe was connected.
He stood on an old stovepipe over the bubbles, lit a match and threw it into the pipe.