coal-worker's pneumoconiosis (anthracosis) (kohl-wer-kerz) n. a lung disease caused by coal dust. It affects mainly coal miners but also other exposed workers, such as lightermen, if the lungs' capacity to accommodate and remove the particles is exceeded. See pneumoconiosis.
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