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torched

See definition of torched on Dictionary.com
  • as inincinerate
  • as insinge
  • as inburn

synonyms for torched

  • consume
  • cremate
  • ignite
  • scorch
  • torch
  • blaze
  • burn
  • combust
  • flame
  • light
  • parch
  • scald
  • set a match to
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antonyms for torched

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  • extinguish
  • put out
  • quench
  • wet
  • help
  • quench
  • cool
  • freeze
  • put out
  • extinguish
  • aid
  • subdue
  • stifle
  • wet
  • smother
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How to use torched in a sentence

He told me this morning that he was going back to the drive in spite of me—he said it was because you had torched him on to do so.
JOAN OF ARC OF THE NORTH WOODSHOLMAN DAY
It went downhill by the fifties, and the owners torched it for the insurance in 1966.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Torched on by that fly-by-night who'll be getting out of town and who'll be forgotten inside a week.
WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKEHOLMAN DAY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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