View definitions for ash
adjective as in blond
adjective as in gray
Propped upright by tree limbs cast in bronze, it is directed toward a giant ash tree.
This deposit may have resulted from an explosive eruption that blanketed the area in ash.
Though you use regular firewood, there is “nearly no smoke and minimal ash left over.”
Recent Georgia Power tests of groundwater show that coal ash contaminants appear to be migrating out of the ponds at some plant sites, according to experts who reviewed company filings.
They died together at the villa of Civita Giuliana, probably while trying to flee or seek better shelter from a dense, fast-moving cloud of superheated volcanic gas and ash.
The JMG office that just a few days ago received victims of human rights abuse is now empty, covered in black ash.
Brash, crass, and sporting a perpetually raised eyebrow, Ash Williams remains the ultimate postmodern superhero.
Volcanoes spewed lava and ash, ocean floors were thrust upward, sand and rock and shale settled into slurry.
The company says this produces wood that ignites easier and burns cleaner, with less creosote and ash.
Lava and ash fell for days; the sun was obliterated for three months.
In roots and tubers the variations are less, and all, except the potato and the turnip, contain about seven per cent of ash.
Saussure has also observed that the quantity of ash diminishes in certain plants when the seed has ripened.
Thus, it has been found that in early spring the wood of the young shoots of the horse-chesnut contains 9·9 per cent of ash.
The lighter the color of the tobacco the lighter the ash and the milder the flavor of the cigar.
Silica is an invariable constituent of the ash, but in most plants occurs but in small quantity.
On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ash, such as: bleached, blonde, golden, color, fair, and gold.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.