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- n. Plural form of carbonado.
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THE source of the world's largest diamonds - black stones known as carbonadoes - has long been a geological puzzle.
"carbonadoes", normal multifarious flesh fare for the well-to-do dinner table.
Take it up, villain, and eat it; or I will make thee slice228 the brawns of thy arms into carbonadoes and eat them.
Then made they ready store of carbonadoes, or rashers on the coals, and good fat soups, or brewis with sippets; and the monk drank what he pleased.
Diamond dust is used for cutting gem stones and other very hard materials, and borts or carbonadoes (black diamonds) for diamond-drilling in exploration.
If my head was carbonadoes with sabre cuts, I could not have more wrappings.