anthracite

[ US /ˈænθɹəˌsaɪt/ ]
[ UK /ˈænθɹɐsˌa‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat
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How To Use anthracite In A Sentence

  • For the deeper shades of blue in the sea I mixed ultramarine with anthracite black to give an approximation to Paynes grey.
  • The briquette is a mixture of anthracite coal and charcoal and doesn't need fire lighters. The Red Ferret Journal - gadgets, cool sites, freeware and tech trivia
  • Coal miners, in their miners' hats, marched in honor of the man who had settled the anthracite coal strike.
  • Work is proceeding on the economic feasibility of making a fuel pellet from commercial waste and anthracite dust.
  • The rest of the interior trim is standard save for the anthracite grey instrument dials.
  • You also use much scientific language in your poetry: anthracite, barium, beryl, bituminous, brachycephalic.
  • The driest and hardest coal is anthracite.
  • Peat is an accumulation of virtually unaltered plant material, while anthracite is nearly pure carbon with little trace of the original plant material.
  • That fascinating gamut from dove to anthracite, Petra thought wryly. THE LAST TEMPTATION
  • Continued compaction by overburden then converts lignite into bituminous coal and finally, anthracite coal.
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