Definition of Searingly

1. Adverb. In a burning, blistering, hot manner. ¹



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Definition of Searingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Searingly

searchingly
searchingness
searchings
searchless
searchlight
searchlights
searcht
searcing
seare
seared
searedness
searer
searest
searing
searing iron
searingly (current term)
searings
searlesite
searlesites
searness
searobin
searobins
sears
seas
seascape
seascapes
seascout
seascouts
sease
seased

Literary usage of Searingly

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1. The Iron Man in Industry: An Outline of the Social Significances of by Arthur Pound (1922)
"... always a riddle to read, and here so often electrified by a mystic current of uncertain voltage; now almost dormant, now searingly alive. ..."

2. The Iron Man in Industry: An Outline of the Social Significances of by Arthur Pound (1922)
"... always a riddle to read, and here so often electrified by a mystic current of uncertain voltage; now almost dormant, now searingly alive. ..."

3. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1877)
"It flashed in upon him swift and searingly as lightning, and, coupled with the material picture presented to his blood-shot eyes, ..."

4. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"On searingly hot days, zebras face away from the sun so their stripes, white ones wider in back, will absorb less heat (they turn their sides sunward to ..."

5. Under the Sun: Impressions of Indian Cities: with a Chapter Dealing with the by Pierre O. d Landon (1906)
"... of searingly hot air stirred the leaf-flowers of the bougainvillea. The shadow of the overhead roof made the heat just tolerable. ..."

6. Fifth Reader by Charles Maurice Stebbins (1913)
"It was searingly hot there by the cow path, and the giant, having taken up a pair of duelists in his handkerchief, retired to the shade of a live oak three ..."

7. Fifth Reader by Charles Maurice Stebbins (1913)
"It was searingly hot there by the cow path, and the giant, having taken up a pair of duelists in his handkerchief, retired to the shade of a live oak three ..."

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