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They seem, in fact, like cranky, petulant children, coked to the gills.

TDB: Mark and Alan talk a few times about being coked up while on-air.

Amber is a coked-out, troubled adult actress of the 1980s portrayed as an unfit mother because of her career.

In the fire, a similar breaking away of the surface takes place, and when coked, the coal is but moderately coherent.

In the case of bituminous coal, Bunsen and Playfair find that it has to descend still lower before it is perfectly coked.

When the coal is sufficiently coked, it is raked out, and quenched with water.

For the greater part the coal is coked; and in this form less than a ton is sufficient to make a ton of pig-iron.

When the fuel in front of the grate has been thus coked, it is pushed back, and a fresh feed introduced in front.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coked, such as: dazed, benumbed, doped, floating, flying, and loaded.

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