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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcharredcharred /tʃɑːd $ tʃɑːrd/ adjective  BURNsomething that is charred has been burned until it is black the charred remains of a body
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charredIn the cave they found some charred animal bones.The charred bodies story also fits.It was nearly impossible to recognize the charred bodies.The airship's charred ensign hangs in the nearby church.Even if anyone saw it under the charred fringes of her robe, she could say it was homework.Light whisky is stored in seasoned charred oak casks, which impart little colour or flavour.Sadly, the rest of his collection of paintings and furniture had been badly charred or destroyed.Nearby, the charred remains of a cabin cruiser.Police searched the charred remains of the building, looking for survivors.Ribbons had been tied to the charred remains of the weather-vane.Straight whiskies are aged in new, charred white-oak barrels for at least two years.

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