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''Put some coal on the fire.''
A piece of coal used for burning (q)
''Put some coals on the fire.''
A glowing or charred piece of coal, wood, or other solid fuel.
''Just as the camp-fire died down to just coals, with no flames to burn the marshmallows, someone dumped a whole load of wood on, so I gave up and went to bed.''
To take on a supply of coal (usually of steam ships).
(quote-text)|title=The Picture of Dorian Gray|chapter=XVI|passage=The light shook and splintered in the puddles. A red glare came from an outward-bound steamer that was coaling.
1863, Colonial Secretary to Commander Baldwin, USN
- shortly after that she coaled again at Simon's Bay; and that after remaining in the neighbourhood of our ports for a time, she proceeded to Mauritius, where she coaled again, and then returned to this colony.
To supply with coal.
''to coal a steamer''
January 1917, ''National Geographic Magazine'', Volume 31 Number 1, ''One Hundred British Seaports''
- Cruisers may be coaled at sea and provided with ammunition openly. The submarine may not
To be converted to charcoal.
2014, Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel, ''Farming the Woods''
- After the initial burn the goal of any good fire should be coaling; that is, creating a bed of solid coals that will sustain the fire.
To burn to charcoal; to char.
1622, Francis Bacon, ''Natural History''
- Char-coal of roots, coaled into great pieces.
(quote-book) marvailing, he coaled out these rithms upon the wall near to the picture