verb (used with object)
- killy, jean-claude,
- kilmer, joyce,
- kiln run brick,
- kilner jar,
Origin of kiln
Examples from the Web for kiln
It was only then that the flogging stopped, and the rural judge ran away from the kiln.
By steaming, the initial process of the Moist-air kiln has been consummated.Seasoning of Wood|Joseph B. Wagner
In the former an insufficiency of air causes excess of carbon in the kiln and the absorption of oxygen from the glaze.Pottery, for Artists Craftsmen & Teachers|George J. Cox
Whatever is forfeited, and is too bad for sale, be it what it will, is doomed to the kiln.
There was a shed roof, over the kiln, which sat commonly in the edge of the orchard.Dishes & Beverages of the Old South|Martha McCulloch Williams
Word Origin for kiln
Old English cyln, cylen "kiln, oven," from Latin culina "kitchen, cooking stove," unexplained variant of coquere "to cook" (see cook (n.)). Old Norse kylna, Welsh cilin probably are from English.