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Noun(1) a charred substance(2) a human female employed to do housework(3) any of several small trout-like fish of the genus Salvelinus
Verb(1) burn to charcoal(2) burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color
(1) The first mouthful of the crust of the ribs gives a smell of char , and then the tastebuds are stimulated by the peppery inside and by the sweet honey basted on the ribs, which helps remove some of the hotness.(2) I lightly char fresh asparagus on a hot ridged griddle pan for maximum flavour.(3) Soot and char make it difficult for equipment operators to judge wood quality of the stems being harvested.(4) she'd had to char and work in a grocery store to put herself through university(5) she trimmed the char from the wicks of the oil lamps(6) The bottom was covered in good cornmeal and natural char from the brick-lined oven.(7) The rest of the material forms char , which is nearly pure carbon, and ash, which is all of the unburnable minerals in the wood (calcium, potassium, and so on).(8) Many times in the past, especially during April, I have shot the surrounding area for rabbits at dawn and dusk then fished for the char and trout from breakfast until tea, often stopping for a lunch of home made soup and bread.(9) The char spawn in the fall, months after his boat has been removed from the river.(10) In Ian Talbot's production, the piece is perfectly played by Jennifer Piercey as the char and Martin Ledwith as her fake son.(11) Quite a few of the small, deep lakes in the West of Ireland still hold stocks of char , but much smaller in size than those found in Lough Mask.(12) In this, Mike Leigh's first television drama, Mrs Thornley quietly endures a life of unceasing domestic work: as a char for Mrs Stone and at home for her demanding husband, Jim.(13) Agnes, I should explain, is our char who comes twice weekly to make the house sparkle.(14) the exposed surfaces of the beams may char in a fire(15) Bring a rod and fish nearby Hadley Bay, where many a guest has landed a 25-pound silver char .(16) The film's central character Vera Drake played by Imelda Staunton, who was nominated for a rash of best actress awards, is a char whose concern for her family and neighbours is the driving force of her life.
1. charr ::
2. woman ::
3. scorch ::
4. coal ::
Different Formschar, chars
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