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adjective as in bone-dry

adjective as in burned

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adjective as in burnt

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Example Sentences

Her passport stamp to Italy turned into a rustic seared quail ragu with piccante frantumato.

The beauty award goes to the scallop tartine, a puff pastry treasure box filled with sweet seared scallops and potatoes whipped with olive oil.

The smells of roasting maize, diesel fumes, and floral soap from the streets of Harare are still seared into my brain.

Imagine the image seared into their brains of their father being tased as he called on passersby to help him.

Action has a YouTube cooking show “Action in the Kitchen,” where he cooks things like “sushi-grade seared Ahi tuna.”

It will, however, be a memory that is seared in the brains of Britons for years to come.

Our citizens, seared by the memory of those we have lost, know too well the price that is paid for liberty.

It follows deep wounds such as are made by a hayrake or a pitchfork; or seared wounds, such as are made by a toy pistol.

Acid fumes escaping under the vat lids made the haze and seared the man's throat.

Another seared his face and hands with a large red-hot iron, holding it finally with his mouth without other support.

He was nearly naked; his back was seared with scars, and his flesh was wasted to the bone.

A man may have his leg broken, then his nails pulled out, then be seared with a hot iron.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seared, such as: arid, parched, scorched, sunbaked, anhydrous, and dry as a bone.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.