noun as in criticism
noun as in defamation
noun as in scandal
By on-demand, Ruiz means that the desalination plant can increase its output to take the edge off during the highest-demand days, like summer scorchers, or holidays like Christmas, when everyone is home and turning on the taps.
I’ve squeezed onto many a narrow Roman balcony to dine with friends, clinking wineglasses as the sun sets on another scorcher of a day.
We’ll have to wait until January to know for sure where this year lands in the record books, but whether we break the record or not, it’s been a scorcher.
By that time the fellow I'd kicked had so far recovered as to sit up, and the look he gave us was a scorcher.
"Going to be another scorcher," decided the foreman, rising and surveying the skies critically.
Ambition to shine as a "scorcher" has seriously injured the health of many a good, strong rider.
Girdner lined out a scorcher to center in the eighth and Walters sent one to the same place in the final frame.
Sir´-i-us, α Canis Majoris, "the sparkling star or scorcher."
On this page you'll find 122 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scorcher, such as: assessment, comment, critique, judgment, opinion, and review.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.