Light some writing paper, and singe the hairs from the skin of the turkey.
Singe and truss your chickens; boil one half and roast the other.
Her eyes blazed with a fire that seemed about to singe pretense from his soul.
It's worth starving to death on singe and pinard for four months.
Wash and singe the fowl: take off the head and legs, and remove the tendons.
Bake it as you would cook an angel, and not singe a feather.
Heat not a furnace for your foe so hot that it do singe yourself.
Singe off the hair and thoroughly cleanse them, removing the toes by scorching.
I wish Marcus Cato had a beard that you might singe it for him.
To scorch and to singe are superficial, and to char usually so.