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char

verb as in scorch, sear

Strongest match

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A nice char on the vegetables will get deeper flavor in your stock.

For a moment, things appear to be going well … and then Walker reaches into his bag and chars your ankles as Williams flips the screen and creates a wide open free-throw-line jumper.

My last bar was a place in Brooklyn called Char No 4, which is known for being a strong whisky bar.

Also, make sure to try their cheeseburger, which “forever raised the bar on what a classic char-burger can taste like.”

The arctic char eyeball, on the other hand, which I had the day after—a raw eyeball is a whole other matter.

For the adventurous, try the reindeer or puffin; for those feeling fishy, go for arctic char or the array of sushi.

These cigars rarely "char" in burning; certainly not, if made of good quality of tobacco and thoroughly sweat.

There was a passion to her kiss that he had never felt before, a rising tide of flame that threatened to char him.

The party finally mounted the char-a-bancs, just as I was about to offer the baby for twenty-five pounds, and dirt cheap at that.

She stared, surprised; but Char still kept the door until his master showed himself in the lighted aperture.

Later Char went off in the car again, though it poured with rain, and was gone until late at night.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to char, such as: burn, carbonize, cauterize, and singe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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