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hot coal

noun as in cinder

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But finally came the throb of a strange new emotion, as if some one had planted a small, hot coal in his breast.

Take a rose that is quite faded, and throw in some common sulphur in a chafing-dish of hot coal.

"Quite a eppisode," sed Docter Jordin, litin his pipe with a red-hot coal.

He was married to Glod (a red-hot coal), and had with her two daughters, Eysa and Eimyrja; both words meaning glowing embers.

One hail only he gave, and Mr. Todd, his pipe glowing like a hot coal, was upon him.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hot coal, such as: ember, soot, and clinker.

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