Noun(1) a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air(2) a stick of black carbon material used for drawing(3) a very dark grey color(4) a drawing made with a stick of black carbon material
Verb(1) draw, trace, or represent with charcoal
Adjective(1) of a very dark grey
(1) Pieces were set around a strict palette of ultra black, jet, charcoal and pewter with shots of colour and scatterings of silver sparkle and crystal.(2) In the distance, bare branches sketched a thin pencil outline against the charcoal gray sky.(3) The walls were a dark rose, the carpet was a dark charcoal color, and the dresser was a deep mahogany.(4) If everything in your wardrobe is navy, charcoal and black, mix it up with a cool blue, a minty green, or maybe even a subdued orange.(5) A black pullover with charcoal slacks is a much more user-friendly combination for your body type than a white oxford shirt and dark jeans.(6) lamb grilled on charcoal(7) He also proved that diamond and charcoal both consist of carbon atoms, so are chemically identical.(8) Thirty yards up the creek to the right was a dry creek in which we discovered three little heaps containing burnt stone, charcoal and bone.(9) Although the counter also contains a gas-burning barbecue, the Elledges cook on the grill, with wood or charcoal as fuel, most of the time.(10) Your best bet is a dark shade such as black or charcoal gray.(11) Punk-style jeans offer a rugged look - take your pick among black, charcoal , and very light blue shades.(12) Carbon, in the forms of charcoal , graphite, and diamond, was one of the earliest elements known to man.(13) with a thick charcoal he traced out the line of the front(14) About two billion people living in developing countries still rely on wood, charcoal and dung for cooking, heat and light, according to UN figures.(15) Equally valid is exploitation of renewable resources, for example, of grass for grazing, papyrus for thatch, or wood for charcoal .(16) This includes incinerators and barbecues which burn solid fuel, e.g. wood or charcoal .