cinder


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cinder

1. any solid waste from smelting or refining
2. fragments of volcanic lava; scoriae

cinder

[′sin·dər]
(geology)
Fine-grained pyroclastic material ranging in diameter from 0.16 to 1.28 inch (4 to 32 millimeters).
(materials)
Slag from a metal furnace.
(metallurgy)
Scale cast off in forging metal.
References in classic literature ?
They could hear him at his peculiar trot, crushing the loose cinders as he went.
Great heaps of slag and dumps of cinders loomed up on each side, with the high shafts of the collieries towering above them.
mere fancy,' cried Brass, stooping to throw up the cinders.
Cupert Technology decided to introduce CINDER, the first-of-its-kind curved screen protector that flows seamlessly across the edges of the iPhone 6.
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Homemade crunchies with raspberry Ingredients For the cinder toffee: 500g caster sugar 225g golden syrup 90ml water 1 tbsp bicarbonate of soda For the topping: 200g milk chocolate 50g dried raspberries Method 1.
I decided also to make up a batch of cinder toffee, enrobed in thick chocolate, not unlike the famous sweet bars you can find everywhere, but with the more intense flavour only a home-made version can provide.
Cinder reported he was drinking with some buddies, each betting they could out-drink the rest.