WBW #24

anthracite

ORIGIN: Latin

DEFINITION: a hard compact natural coal of high luster differing from bituminous coal in containing only a small amount of volatile matter and burning with a nearly smokeless flame

SENTENCE: If anthracite was used in trains, then they wouldn’t have as much need for smokestacks.

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