- A space in front of a furnace in which a stoker works.More example sentences
- As he indicates, her ‘whole personality’ is ‘crushed’ in the stokehole.
- Despite Mildred's claims of sincerity, her aunt scornfully refers to her as ‘artificial’ in her social concern and a ‘poser’ in her expressed desire to find a ‘new thrill’ and ‘touch life’ by visiting the stokehole.
- The play's opening scene presents life in the cramped stokehole, where ‘the ceiling crushes down on the men's heads’ and the attitudes of the stooping, proto-simian workers suggest beasts in a cage, ‘imprisoned by white steel.’
More definitions of stokeholeDefinition of stokehole in:
- The US English dictionary