Definition of Torched

1. Verb. (past of torch) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Torched

1. torch [v] - See also: torch

Lexicographical Neighbors of Torched

torc
torcetrapib
torch
torch race
torch runners
torch singer
torch singers
torch song
torch songs
torchable
torchbearer
torchbearers
torcheculs
torched (current term)
torcher
torchere
torcheres
torchers
torches
torchier
torchiere
torchieres
torchiers
torchiest
torching
torchings
torchless
torchlight

Literary usage of Torched

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Russia, the Ingush-Ossetian Conflict in the Prigorodnyi Region by Human Rights Watch, Helsinki Staff, Human Rights Watch (1996)
"Looters came, cleaned out houses, took everything away, torched the homes, and left. This continues to this day. A liberal North Ossetian professor and ..."

2. Sanitary Economy: Its Principles and Practice, and Its Moral Influence on (1850)
"Yet it is not part of the order of nature that ' torched mines and noisy factories' should be among the curses of the human race. If the great manufacturer ..."

3. Notes on Ancient Britain and the Britons by WILLIAM. BARNES (1858)
"Everybody knows the case of Titus Manlius, the Roman who slew the Gaulish leader, and took his torch, whence he was called Torquatus or the torched. ..."

4. Wages (standard Piece Rates).: Board of Trade (Labour Department) by Great Britain Board of Trade, Hubert Llewellyn Smith (1900)
"4 9 5 3 ,, .. fully nailed „ ., single torched ... „ „ fully torched ... •> 3 „ .. single torched and nailed every 3 5 9 6 9 or 4 courses ..."

5. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume I of IIby Yoel Natan by Yoel Natan (2006)
"Muslims then torched thirteen homes in Taybeh, and the police took her alleged Christian lover in custody. 1 The situation deteriorated in 2006 when Hamas ..."

6. Inexpensive Rural Cottages and Buildings for Small Holdings by Samuel Taylor (1906)
"The whole of the tiling should be full torched on the under side with fine hair mortar or bedded in the same where it cannot be torched, as shown by Fig. ..."

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