Spell Check of Charring
Correct spelling: Charring
Definition of Charring:
Common misspellings for Charring:
- charing (86%)
- chering (14%)
Examples of usage for Charring:
1) The acid causes this separation of the elements, and the separation of the elements causes the disorganization, and often the charring of the structure. "A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)", , John Stuart Mill.
2) The poker suited him because he had a way, in the heat of friendly dissension, of smashing a stick much before it was ready to drop apart of its own charring; and that Miss Letitia never resented. "Country Neighbors", , Alice Brown.
3) Fibrous peat, or that condensed by pressure, as in Exter's, Elsberg's, and the Lithuanian process, yields by coking or charring, a friable coal comparatively unsuited for heating purposes. "Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel", , Samuel William Johnson.