noun, plural sco·ri·ae [skawr-ee-ee, skohr-] /ˈskɔr iˌi, ˈskoʊr-/.
Origin of scoria
Examples from the Web for scoria
Historical Examples of scoria
Here, Oliver, lad, look at the great pieces of scoria and pumice.Fire Island
G. Manville Fenn
The scoria is let off occasionally, through holes made for the purpose.Popular Technology; Volume 2
Rabbits burrow in the heaps of scoria on the slopes of the mountains.
The telescope reveals a parapet of scoria on the brim, as on Teneriffe.The Andes and the Amazon
On approaching nearer the apex, the path was over cinders, fine black sand, and scoria.