13 Words to use with smokeless

Their small number and their smokeless powder make their discovery most difficult.

Du Pont smokeless rifle and pistol powders, their development, composition and ballistic characteristics.

At sight of the smokeless chimney, the gaping doorway and empty, inhospitable interior, Johnnie looked blank.

Some of the Indians added dry wood to the fire until there was a hot, smokeless blaze.

AZA'ZEL, one of the ginn or jinn, all of whom were made of "smokeless fire," that is, the fire of the Simoom.

The coal used in Cornwall is Welsh coal, which evolves but little smoke, and is therefore more favorable for the success of a smokeless furnace; but in the manufacturing districts, where the coal is more bituminous, it is found that smoke may be almost wholly prevented by careful firing and by the use of a large capacity of furnace.

The first step in the redemption of the social order is the education of the Christian conscience to discern the smokeless sins.

On the fourth-floor I take the air, And hear the trains roll by, And dream of all the visions fair That o'er the housetops lie; The meadows where the daisies stray, The bleating sheep, as white as they, The breakers and the sparkling spray, Beneath the smokeless sky.

Earth has not any thing to show more fair: Dull would he be of soul who could pass by A sight so touching in its majesty: This City now doth, like a garment, wear The beauty of the morning; silent, bare, 5 Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie Open unto the fields, and to the sky; All bright and glittering in the smokeless air.

Everything that I can find of his is as pure and cold and lonely as a wild cedar of the mountain rocks, standing far above its smokeless valley and hushed white river.

They had the Mauser rifle, which has wonderful range, and ten millions of smokeless powder cartridges.

Long before we reached the Hudson the sky rayed and flamed with all the smokeless change of the Northern Lights.

While, in those bright, shining, smokeless cities, whenever the sun shines upon them, one's eyes are put out by the glare of their white walls; and when it does not shine!why, in the winter, there's no resource left for a man but hopeless and shivering resignation, with their wide, windy chimneys, and their damp, crackling, hissing, sputtering, tantalizing fagots.

13 Words to use with  smokeless