4 Metaphors for charcoal

Charcoal is a kind of artificial coal, used principally where a strong and clear fire is desired.

The charcoal of the log which burned during Christmas Night, if pounded up and mixed with water, is a cure for consumption.

For those receptacles, and for stables and shambles, peat charcoal is a great blessing; but it ought not to be needed in or about the abodes of the men.

Charcoal, however, is another affair, and all distilled water ought to be brought into contact with this substance.

4 Metaphors for  charcoal