[ US /ˈsɪndɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪndɐ/ ]
  1. a fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire
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How To Use cinder In A Sentence

  • Life is just like an old time rail journey ... delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride. Gordon B. Hinckley 
  • Gang awa, ane o 'ye, hinnies, up to the heugh head, and gie them a cry in case they're within hearing; the car-cakes will be burnt to a cinder. The Antiquary — Volume 02
  • Calne Players will be bringing all the fun and laughter of a pantomime to the town next week with their performance of Cinderella.
  • An eight-year-old boy threw coal cinders to drive away dogs threatening his friends.
  • Instead, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said a faulty cinder box had meant red hot cinders were spilling out on to the bone dry trackside.
  • The place was a mess; all the tables were either broken or burnt to cinders.
  • Ash and cinders blazed down from the erupting volcano.
  • One test was being conducted on a hot, humid, breezeless morning in Hawaii, on a cinder running track. Running from the proof: correlation does not mean causation | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • 'Couldn't see 'em fer cinders,' he described it, and the monica stuck by me .... Local Color
  • Grandma is up about then and is found sweeping up the street in front of the family home picking up the beer cans and shoveling away the cinders left from the fires. OK! Now that I know . . . . . .
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