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Definition of Torridly
1. torrid [adv] - See also: torrid
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Literary usage of Torridly
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1. Geographic Influences in Old Testament Masterpieces by Laura Hulda Wild (1915)
"... then making a quick, sharp dip down into a torridly hot valley, with the thermometer in May standing from 104° to 114° Fahrenheit, where the thinnest of ..."
2. Clayhanger by Arnold Bennett (1910)
"And on all these the sun blazed torridly. And almost in the middle of the Square an immense purple banner bellied in the dusty breeze, saying in large gold ..."
3. Travels in Eastern Africa: With the Narrative of a Residence in Mozambique by Lyons McLeod (1860)
"The wonderful effect which the heat contained in this great body of water has on the climate of England, and other more torridly- ..."
4. France from Sea to Sea by Arthur Stanley Riggs (1913)
"... with the sun gleaming torridly upon its slate roofs and shining on the cool stretch of greensward between its inner and outer walls. ..."