Associations to the word «Cinder»
CINDER, noun. Partially or mostly burnt material that results from incomplete combustion of coal or wood etc.
CINDER, noun. An ember.
CINDER, noun. Slag from a metal furnace.
CINDER, verb. (transitive) to reduce something to cinders
CINDER, proper noun. A river in Alaska.
CINDER BLOCK, noun. A lightweight building block made from cinders and concrete.
CINDER BLOCKS, noun. Plural of cinder block
CINDER CONE, noun. (vulcanology) A conical deposit of rock fragments around a volcano.
CINDER CONES, noun. Plural of cinder cone
CINDER DICK, noun. (US) (slang) (derogatory) A member of the railroad police.
CINDER DICKS, noun. Plural of cinder dick
CINDER, noun. A fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire.
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