We have no meanings for "warm ash" in our records yet.
It smote the offender between the eyebrows, leaving a caste-mark of warm ash to attest the accuracy of his aim.
Brown on the back, a beautiful warm ash gray on the breast, and under the wings transverse stripes of very dark gray and white.
He bid goodnight to his friends, got his tricorn and his warm ash-gray cloak and bundled himself up, for it was a chilly night.
He had walked straight into the warm ashes of the campfire.
This time she beat the casement with both hands: they were covered with warm ashes.
He went and seated himself in the chimney-corner, meditating, with his feet among the warm ashes.
He accordingly made his way towards the spot, followed by Umgolo, over the still warm ashes.
Then the soldiers resumed their march over the warm ashes in the full glare of the sun.
Warm ash blackened the horses' hooves and forelegs as Pemberton and Serena rode across the valley floor.
But the boggart cared never a whit for this, but laid himself comfortably down among the warm ashes.
He walked stooped, groping with one hand, and after an endless time his fingers dipped into dry, warm ashes.
Some warm ashes dropped across the wrist of the Meanest Trustee and scattered on the floor; his cigar had gone out.
"Some one camped here last night," he said, thrusting his hand into the warm ashes.
We took a hasty glance into the gloomy crater of the volcano and throwing ourselves on the warm ashes, gazed in wonder and astonishment.
Some savory compound was bubbling in a pot over the fire, and several saucepans, in which fragrant stews were simmering, stood among the warm ashes.
For a time, I thought that, by watching a complying moment, fostering the still warm ashes, I might relume in her the flame of love.
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