Blisteringly



causing a blister or blisters.
(especially of sunlight, heat, etc.) very severe or intense.
very fast or rapid:
a blistering pace.
the act or an instance of forming a blister or blisters.
a series or group of blisters, as on a painted surface.
Historical Examples

Makers Cory Doctorow
The Sick-a-Bed Lady Eleanor Hallowell Abbott

adjective
(of weather) extremely hot
(of criticism) extremely harsh

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