vb. (en-past of: charcoal)
Usage examples of "charcoaled".
Three had tried to attack… one way or another, and there were three charcoaled bodies lying in the streets of Dumaria.
She looked thoughtfully at the words charcoaled on the backing, then turned it around.
The charcoaled words on the paper backing were more blurred than ever.
They had crossed over the barren black lands leveled and charcoaled by the fires of that same ship, fires that had destroyed the trees, and turned them into bony skeletons.
The Gods had footprinted their land, and charcoaled it black with their spaceship, then blown their planted ancestors up by the roots, after which they developed legs!
He looked at Anna, then at the three bodies— two charcoaled bundles, and one lying face-up, still moaning.
He looked at Anna, then at the three bodies two charcoaled bundles, and one lying face-up, still moaning.
Now it stood alone, blackened and charred but whole, while all around it skeletal remains of burned-out homes teetered for blocks, frameworks leaning on lumps of fused brick, so that occasionally a charcoaled timber snapped of its own weight and came crashing down to break an eerie silence that spread from here to the uptown house where the pillar of fire had once raged, and beyond.
He felt the power coming from that ruin across the street, where most of an entire block of Sanctuary's finest houses had mingled all in one charcoaled wreckage of tumbled brick and stone and timbers.