blistering sun. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : a blistering pace. From Dictionary.com.
No one answers, she said, standing in blistering heat outside a check-cashing store that had just run out of its main commodity. From Wordnik.com. [Deals with devils « BuzzMachine] Reference
In Chicago, Murphy calls blistering press conferences to parcel out the blame. From Wordnik.com. [A One-Man Children's Crusade] Reference
He lays great stress on boiled oil holding water in suspense to cause blistering, which is merely a conjecture. From Wordnik.com. [Scientific American Supplement, No. 443, June 28, 1884] Reference
While it may seem overly lofty to term a blistering punk record a "near masterpiece," that is most assuredly the case here. From Wordnik.com. [AvaxHome RSS:] Reference
It doesn't exactly scream "blistering" to me, BTW. From Wordnik.com. [Obama Camp To Unleash Tough Response Robocall Blasting McCain's "Sleazy" Campaign] Reference
Perhaps we ought to refresh his memory WRT 'blistering' appropriately, and see if he changes his tune. From Wordnik.com. [Balkinization] Reference
Naturally, no SUV will ever have the same kind of blistering speed or road handling of a coupe; the laws of physics prevent that. From Wordnik.com. [2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo] Reference
Cardinal Stafford used a calm tone of voice, contrary to the "blistering" impression Blitzer had given earlier. From Wordnik.com. [NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias] Reference
Opening titles feature The Kinks 'blistering' All Day And All of the Night 'mixed with modern swooshing effects. From Wordnik.com. [High-Def Digest: All High-Def Disc News] Reference
Mr Miliband was commended for the "blistering" pace of his typing and his swift replies to a range of questions. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Can a lowly V6 propel a 4800 pound Porsche to the kind of blistering speeds for which the company's vehicles are known?. From Wordnik.com. [Canada Free Press] Reference
"blistering" impression Blitzer had given earlier. From Wordnik.com. [MRC Latest Headlines] Reference
You think that’s some kind of blistering response?. From Wordnik.com. [Matthew Yglesias » Feel the Kausmentum] Reference
"blistering" op-Ed in USA Today and then had a highly entertaining chat with. From Wordnik.com. [AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters] Reference
"blistering" pace of his typing and his swift replies to a range of questions. From Wordnik.com. [Evening Standard - Home] Reference
Farmers insist on a blistering 10 to 20 births a year. From Wordnik.com. [Would You Like Fries With Your Clone?] Reference
Now, 40 years later, you can see the concert in its blistering entirety. From Wordnik.com. [Boston’s Soul Savior] Reference
Instead, they look as if they are collapsing in the blistering Asian heat. From Wordnik.com. [Making A Modern Day 'King And I'] Reference
Instead, they look as if they are collapsing in the blistering Southeast Asian heat. From Wordnik.com. [The Royal Treatment] Reference
One blistering hot summer day, a woman saw me getting out of my car at a crowded mall. From Wordnik.com. [You're In My Spot] Reference
A blistering look at a marriage in free fall, "Preston Falls" is also full of black humor. From Wordnik.com. [By Our Writers] Reference
The weekly Proceso headlined one blistering review of the drug war "Like Vietnam, Like Iraq.". From Wordnik.com. [The Long Game] Reference
Regardless of the explanation, though, the result is a slate of races that are far from blistering. From Wordnik.com. [The Slowrino Games] Reference
In Caucasians, McMichael says, the most common symptoms are redness and blistering at the hairline. From Wordnik.com. [A Real Head Scratcher] Reference
And while he was blistering my hide, I sat there thinking with more than a little glee, "You actually read it?". From Wordnik.com. [They Love Me, They Love Me Not] Reference
Self is not quite Thompson's equal, but so what, so long as Steadman is still at the top of his blistering game?. From Wordnik.com. [Paintball Rembrandt] Reference
It was a place of dry sand and blistering sun, where camels took the place of Camaros and beer was a distant memory. From Wordnik.com. [Life In The Desert] Reference
Indeed, the country's blistering growth -- topping 9.1 percent in 2003 -- is making China's energy needs only more acute. From Wordnik.com. [Hungry For Power] Reference
The editors of National Review, speaking for much of what used to be Bush's conservative base, have issued a blistering ultimatum. From Wordnik.com. [No Happy Warriors Here] Reference
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