scorcher

[ US /ˈskɔɹtʃɝ/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːt‍ʃɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an extremely hot day
  2. a very hard hit ball
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How To Use scorcher In A Sentence

  • After asking anyone in the audience with political clout to help liberate Carter, Dylan and his band proceed to rip into a ferocious eight-minute-plus scorcher detailing the boxer's alleged crime and subsequent railroading.
  • Pair your shorts with a short- or long-sleeve T-shirt, or even a sleeveless T for the real scorchers.
  • That is clearly not the case; they're admitting to that, and they're blaming the heat, and it is a scorcher.
  • Adam woke up the next morning with a blinding headache and the feeling that it was going to be a scorcher of a day.
  • After two weeks of unseasonable cool weather, forecasters predict a 104-degree scorcher Sunday. Men's Australian Open Final Match Set
  • That means tomorrow is going to be another scorcher.
  • Dave has assured me that a liberal smearing of sunscreen is essential in hot weather, and it's turning into a real scorcher, so I decide I'd better follow his advice.
  • The negotiating builds up to the climax, which is a scorcher.
  • Twenty seconds from the start James Walsh went on a bursting solo trough run, spotted David Phelan who in turn rifled home a scorcher of a goal.
  • Thursday was a real scorcher, up in the high twenties.
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