There are two varieties of cubical coal; the open-burning and the caking.
Joe was watersoaked to the skin, and mud was caking on his clothes.
The hot sweat began to streak the caking grime upon their faces.
Snow fell steadily, caking her hood and penetrating the woolen suit.
War is a muddy business, encasing the body in dirt, and caking over the soul.
A caking of dust on the torso of his jacket showed where the blood had oozed from a bullet wound in the chest, and quickly dried.
Of course they were muddy, but I remember beneath the caking of the clay that they were of new leather.
The caking property is best developed in coals low in oxygen with 25 to 30% of volatile matters.
The property of caking or yielding a coherent coke is usually absent, and the ash is often very high.
A sort of scale or caking in long, long time grows over original feelings.