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Cinder

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Noun

1. cinder, clinker

a fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire

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Cinder

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noun
1. 
a piece of incombustible material left after the combustion of coal, coke, etc; clinker
2. 
a piece of charred material that burns without flames; ember
3. Also called: sinter
any solid waste from smelting or refining
4. (plural)
fragments of volcanic lava; scoriae
verb
5. (transitive) rare
to burn to cinders

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Cinder

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noun
1. 
slag, as from the reduction of metallic ores
2. 
a rough piece of solid lava
3. 
any matter, as coal or wood, burned out or partly burned, but not reduced to ashes
4. 
a minute piece of such matter
5. 
a coal that is still burning but not flaming
6.  [pl.]
ashes from coal or wood
verb transitive
7.  Rare
to burn to cinders
8. 
to cover with cinders

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Cinder

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n.
1.
a. A small piece of burned or partly burned substance, such as coal, that is not reduced to ashes but is incapable of further combustion.
b. A piece of charred substance that can burn further but without flame.
2. cinders Ashes.
3. cinders Geology See scoria.
4. Metallurgy See scoria.
5. Slag from a metal furnace.
tr.v. cin·dered, cin·der·ing, cin·ders
To burn or reduce to cinders.

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