Definition of Cindery

1. a. Resembling, or composed of, cinders; full of cinders.



Definition of Cindery

1. Adjective. covered in cinders ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cindery

1. containing cinders [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cindery

cincturing
cinder
cinder block
cinder blocks
cinder cone
cinder cones
cinder pig
cinder track
cinderblock
cinderblocks
cindered
cinderella stamp
cindering
cinderous
cinders
cindery (current term)
cine
cine-
cine-camera
cine-film
cine camera
cine cameras
cine film
cine films
cine projector
cineangiocardiography
cineangiography
cineast
cineaste
cineastes

Literary usage of Cindery

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1. Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum by Richard Bowdler Sharpe, British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Zoology (1894)
"General colour above cindery grey with, a slight olive shade on the back; wing-coverts also cindery grey, the outer feathers of the bastard-wing edged with ..."

2. Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology and Physical Geography by David Page (1865)
"We may have, thus, the scoria) of a glass-furnace as well as the scoriae of a volcano ; though the term is generally applied to the cindery products of the ..."

3. A Treatise on the Geology of Armenia by Felix Oswald (1906)
"The rock presents the same general characteristics as the cindery lava with broad ... The long distances traversed by these cindery lavas, and their slight ..."

4. An Introduction to Geology by John Edward Marr (1905)
"As the molten rock moves onward the cindery surface gets broken up, aud the top of a flow which has ... cindery fragments are often found in volcanic ashes. ..."

5. The European Journals of William Maclure by John S. Doskey, William Maclure (1988)
"This compact part is next to the sea, apparently the end of the current, and the part mixed (like breccia) with various solid rocks and the cindery looking ..."

6. Volcanic Studies in Many Lands: Being Reproductions of Photographs by the by Tempest Anderson (1903)
"If much is imprisoned, bubbles or vesicular cavities are formed in the still liquid mass, which hardens into a sort of solid froth, and forms the cindery ..."

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