ash

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  • His ashes were spread in the garden of his house four days later.
  • After his death, his ashes were divided into two parts at his request.
  • After the service, his ashes were laid to rest alongside those of his wife.
  • This time the entire town was laid to ashes, including the newly built church.
  • Only one person died, a woman who died of a heart attack at seeing her home in ashes.
  • The ash falls occasionally extended into the northern and western parts of the island.
  • A team must win a series to gain the right to hold the Ashes.
  • Ash becomes determined to lead the humans against the army of the dead.
  • It has no connection with ash trees, which have never been common given the soil conditions.
  • The ash is also used in other parts of the country.
  • At home the ashes are then placed with little or no ceremony.
  • They met up five years later and Ash suggested forming a band.
  • Her ashes are not actually there, as they were lost centuries ago.
  • Ash nearly became bankrupt as they prepared to release what could have been their last album.
  • Mountain ash is a name used for several trees, none of immediate relation.
  • The ashes of his wife were later placed with his.
  • To date, he is the only person whose ashes have been buried on the Moon.
  • For the fourth time in five series, the Ashes changed hands.
  • Over the next few months ash fell frequently until earthquakes increased again in June.
  • He went on to provide Ash's personal information, including his address.
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Synonyms of ash

Meaning of ash

  • noun The residue that remains when something is burned
  • noun Any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus fraxinus
  • noun Strong elastic wood of any of various ash trees; used for furniture and tool handles and sporting goods such as baseball bats
  • verb Convert into ashes