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Synonyms for charcoal

a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air

a stick of black carbon material used for drawing


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a drawing made with a stick of black carbon material

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draw, trace, or represent with charcoal

of a very dark grey

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LEARN HOW CHARCOAL-burning is just one of the courses that Cadwyn Clwyd are offering.
Cheer is also proud of his charcoal-burning Josper barbecue-oven, which reaches 700 degrees C, and means the grilled dishes have that barbecue flavour that would be lacking if they were cooked with electricity.
Early pregnancies, illiteracy, malnutrition, the destructive use of natural resources such as charcoal-burning, and myriad other problems, reared their ugly heads and became a way of life.
The figurine was attached to part of a charcoal-burning brazier which would have been used to provide heating and lighting.
Using a primitive charcoal-burning furnace and modern reproductions of period glassware, project members manufactured "oil of vitriol" (sulfuric acid), "aqua fortis" (mostly nitric acid), and "spirit of salt" (hydrochloric acid).
Providing access to propane to encourage a shift from charcoal-burning stoves is an immediate goal.