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volcanic ash suspended in airvolcanic dust
(Archaic) fumarole, volcanic crater through which gases escapemofette
accumulate, collect, amass; be accumulated, be amassed, collect in round mass, form a mass, heaped, stacked, gathered in a mass, clustered, jumbled collection, volcanic rockagglomerate
act of hovering, be flying in one spot, be in an unstable condition, be undecided, float in the air, hang suspended in the air, float on air; linger in an area; waver, vacillate, stay around the same level, wait near somebody or somethinghover
act of suspending; state of being suspended; postponement; temporary debarment; framework that supports a vehicle on its axles (Mechanics); particles suspended in a fluid (Chemistry), dispersion of particles, end to repaying debts, postponement of a se...suspension
air spray, container with gas under pressure, liquid substance stored under pressure and released as a fine spray; container in which this is stored; tiny particle suspended in the atmosphere and carried by the wind (Ecology), substance sprayed, suspen...aerosol
ancient city in southwestern Italy (destroyed in 79 A.D. by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius), ancient Roman city in southern Italy. It was buried by volcanic ash during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, and has since been partly excavated.Pompeii
anxiety, enjoyable tension, state of being suspended; excitement or anticipation resulting from uncertainty; apprehension, anxiety; uncertain condition; state of being undecided or uncertainsuspense
apparatus for getting skiers up mountainside, transportation device for carrying skiers to the top of a slope (usually a series of chairs suspended from a moving cable)ski lift
arc of bands of color, bow, bright multicolored sight, colorful arc seen in the sky after a rainstorm (caused by sunlight shining through water droplets suspended in the air), false hope, multicolored arc in sky, varied assortment, with many different ...rainbow
balance or suspend, balance; stabilize; hang, composure, controlled grace in movement, equilibrium, stability; balance, equilibrium; composure, confidence; reasoning, discretion; erectness, uprightness, suspended state, unit of viscosity, weighpoise
banner headline, cloth suspended between two poles, especially good, flag of king, emperor, or knight, flag; poster; large headline; (Internet) advertisement on a web page which is usually in the form of an animated graphic, guiding principle, head art...banner
banner suspended from a horizontal bar, identifying bannergonfalon
bar between suspended ropes, horizontal bar suspended from two parallel ropes used for gymnastics and acrobaticstrapeze
bed of suspended particlesfluidized bed
black shiny volcanic rock, black unglazed pottery, dark igneous rockbasalt
black transparent volcanic rock that is formed from the cooling process of molten lava, jet-black volcanic glassobsidian
black volcanic rockbasanite
branched light fixture which is suspended from a ceiling, hanging light with brancheschandelier
bridge suspended from cablessuspension bridge
cable railroad car, car suspended from overhead cablecable car
can be hung, can be suspendedhangable
chain of islands, volcanic arcisland arc
change something by volcanic activityvolcanize
clay made of volcanic ash, expanding claybentonite
contingent, dependant, family member, needing something, not self-reliant, one who depends on another for financial or emotional support (especially a child or minor), relying on, needing (the help or support of another); conditional, suspendeddependent
cord for firing a cannon, cord worn around the neck, laniard, short cord used to fasten something or secure rigging (Nautical); short string with which things are tied or suspended; string with a small hook at one end which is used to fire certain type...lanyard
crystal in volcanic rocktrichite
crystalline base of volcanic rock, fine-grained base rockgroundmass
dark grainy rock, volcanic rock which resembles granitegabbro
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