a person or thing that scorches.
Informal. a very hot day:
Tomorrow is supposed to be a scorcher.
something caustic or severe:
a scorcher of a critique.
Informal. a person who drives extremely fast.
Printing. a device for drying and forming flong into a curve before casting.
a person or thing that scorches
something severe or caustic
(informal) a very hot day
(Brit, informal) something remarkable
adjective 1. burning; very hot. 2. caustic or scathing: a scorching denunciation. verb (used with object) 1. to affect the color, taste, etc., of by burning slightly: The collar of the shirt was yellow where the iron had scorched it. 2. to parch or shrivel with heat: The sun scorched the grass. 3. to criticize […]
noun, plural scordature [skawr-duh-too r-ey; Italian skawr-dah-too-re] /ˌskɔr dəˈtʊər eɪ; Italian ˌskɔr dɑˈtu rɛ/ (Show IPA), scordaturas. Music. 1. the tuning of a stringed instrument in other than the usual way to facilitate the playing of certain compositions.
scordinema scor·di·ne·ma (skôr’də-nē’mə) n. An early symptom of an infectious disease marked by heaviness of the head with yawning and stretching.
noun, plural scores, score for 11. 1. the record of points or strokes made by the competitors in a game or match. 2. the total points or strokes made by one side, individual, play, game, etc. 3. an act or instance of making or earning a point or points. 4. Education, Psychology. the performance of […]