Associations to the word «Charcoal»
CHARCOAL, noun. (uncountable) Impure carbon obtained by destructive distillation of wood or other organic matter, that is to say, heating it in the absence of oxygen.
CHARCOAL, noun. (countable) A stick of black carbon material used for drawing.
CHARCOAL, noun. (countable) A drawing made with charcoal.
CHARCOAL, noun. A very dark gray colour.
CHARCOAL, adjective. Of a dark gray colour.
CHARCOAL, adjective. Made of charcoal.
CHARCOAL, verb. To draw with charcoal.
CHARCOAL, verb. To cook over charcoal.
CHARCOAL BURNER, noun. A person whose job it is to make charcoal, traditionally by carbonizing wood in a charcoal pile or kiln.
CHARCOAL BURNERS, noun. Plural of charcoal burner
CHARCOAL DRAWING, noun. A drawing made with charcoal: see charcoal (sense 3). For translations see charcoal also.
CHARCOAL DRAWINGS, noun. Plural of charcoal drawing
CHARCOAL, noun. A carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air.
CHARCOAL, noun. A stick of black carbon material used for drawing.
CHARCOAL, noun. A very dark grey color.
CHARCOAL, noun. A drawing made with a stick of black carbon material.
CHARCOAL, verb. Draw, trace, or represent with charcoal.
CHARCOAL, adjective. Of a very dark grey.
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