broiling[ broil ]SEE DEFINITION OF broiling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROILING
They go bare-headed in the broiling sun, and seem to revel in the heat.
Beef-steaks for frying should be cut thinner than for broiling.
He kicked, kicked, kicked under the broiling sun, in the hot water.
Broiling is the simplest of all forms of cooking, and is essentially English.
Never hasten any thing that is broiling, lest it be smoked and spoiled; but the moment it is done, send it up as hot as possible.
Lay the mushrooms on the broiling iron with the combs upward.
It is the Crimea, children, and the Crimea on a broiling, stifling August day.
The very thought of snow was refreshing on that broiling day.
Grief was squatted over a small fire, broiling a strip of shark-flesh.
Thus Tom Brown travelled, day after day, under the broiling sun.