The 4th of July is customarily marked by charcoal “cook-outs,” which endanger the community.
Turn on a gas grill to medium or light a charcoal grill and let the coals burn until medium-hot and covered with white ash.
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Watercolors are strikingly identical and the charcoal works, done with color pencil, are deceptively perfect.
Model after model slowly strode into the growing spotlight wearing mysterious shades of navy, chocolate brown and charcoal.
The latter should be wrapped in thin linen covers to prevent the charcoal working its way into the tissues.
There was charcoal only sufficient to cook breakfast for the next day.
Pour the same liquor through the barrel, containing the charcoal, and pure water will be obtained as a result.
In Gathercole the second element may mean cabbage or charcoal.
There are moments when my affliction is so great, that I think seriously of charcoal.
mid-14c., charcole, first element is either Old French charbon "charcoal," or, on the current theory, obsolete charren "to turn" (from Old English cerran) + cole "coal," thus, "to turn to coal."
charcoal char·coal (chär'kōl')
Carbon obtained by heating or burning organic material with restricted access of air.