"I'll see you dogs burned to a cinder in the sun first," he growled.
It crisped the poor fellow to a cinder, and sheared the head of my comrade clean off.
What's to be done, then, if a man be drowned at sea, or burned to a cinder in a lime-kiln?
His mouth was as dry as a cinder, and his face was wet with perspiration—and tears.
"It's been a coal day when you're left," said the kindling-wood to the cinder.
"You're too chip-per," replied the cinder to the kindling wood.
Every incoming locomotive deposited its ashes on the cinder path.
The path is not a cinder one, as I think them untidy, so I was not more than muddied.
“But I am so sure, Cinder—I am indeed,” cried the lad, piteously.
But I should just like to have a peep in one or two of the packages, Cinder.