He did not go back to the house, after his short talk with char, until after he had heard the stable clock strike four.
"Father tells me you have been having your own troubles, little char," he wrote.
The dust would collect upon it and char to black coals, but would not blaze nor explode.
To scorch and to singe are superficial, and to char usually so.
char, chr, n. a small fish of the salmon kind, found in mountain lakes and rivers.
They could have a char once a fortnight for a scrub-down and the heavy washing.
"I've been at my work," said char, raising her voice, partly as a vent to her own feelings.
In an hour I had landed twelve trout and char, weighing 10½ lb.
Now, char a portion of the sample, dissolve in water and pour into the separatory funnel, letting it run slowly into the flask.
It is almost identical with the European char (Salvelinus alpinus).