a capital, as on a pilaster or vaulting shaft, engaged in masonry on one or more sides.
a small capital.
a fortress and military school at the outskirts of Mexico City: captured by U.S. forces (1847) in the Mexican War; now a park.
a heavy jacket, especially a leather one worn by cowboys in the American Southwest.
to burn or reduce to charcoal: The fire charred the paper. to burn slightly; scorch: The flame charred the steak. to become charred. a charred material or surface. charcoal. a superior carbon-rich fuel, a by-product of the conversion of coal into gaseous or liquid fuel. any trout of the genus Salvelinus (or Cristovomer), especially the […]
a large bus used on sightseeing tours, especially one with open sides and no center aisle.