Ash

Ash,

Definition of Ash:

  1. The powdery residue left after the burning of a substance.

  2. Alumina, iron, silica, and other noncombustible impurities contained in coal and left after its burning. Ash content is measured as a percent by weight of coal and negatively affects its value. See also fly ash.

Synonyms of Ash

Cinders, Ashes, Embers, Clinker, Alluvion, Alluvium, Ashes, Brand, Calx, Carbon, Charcoal, Cinder, Cinders, Clinker, Clinkers, Coal, Coals, Coke, Coom, Deposition, Deposits, Diluvium, Draff, Dregs, Dross, Ember, Embers, Feces, Froth, Fume, Fumes, Grounds, Lava, Lees, Loess, Moraine, Offscum, Precipitate, Precipitation, Reek, Scoria, Scum, Sediment, Settlings, Silt, Sinter, Slag, Smoke, Smudge, Smut, Soot, Sublimate, Sullage

How to use Ash in a sentence?

  1. The plant created so much ash in the air that it triggered asthma attacks in people who lived or worked near by.
  2. After the fire was taken care of, there was a lot of ash left on the floor and it made everyone happy to know the fire was gone.
  3. Cigarette ash.
  4. You must make sure to clear all ash out of your factory so that your workers are not breathing it in.

Meaning of Ash & Ash Definition