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
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  • 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.
  • Well, get ready for a summer scorcher this weekend, especially those of you out in the southwest.
  • However, beefy, jam-like 2003 wines from the scorcher of last summer could see entry level Burgundy as the next big thing for 2004.
  • TOKYO—It has been a scorcher of a summer in Japan, and Tokyo is bathed in sweat in the name of conserving electricity. Dog Days of Summer in Japan Call for Quirky Ways to Stay Cool
  • However I wasn't all that relieved… that evening it was a scorcher!
  • McCarthy hit a scorcher just over while Kerins and Trevor Nagle pulled shots just wide.
  • But the Louth boys had the match all square five minutes later through two well-taken points and a scorcher of a goal.
  • James Ryan worked the ball down the pavilion wing, crossed to Corcoran and he dispatched the ball to Hession who send a scorcher to the net - a fine goal worthy of turning any contest - in the 23rd minute.
  • A scramble ensued and the ball squirted out to the awaiting John Kenny who smacked a scorcher to the net to give Parkville what should have been a calm inducing lead in the 15th minute.
  • Highs of 105 are typical, and 110-degree scorchers all too common.
  • Because folks, it looks like it's going to be a scorcher
  • In the end, it took an absolute scorcher from Stephen Ferguson in the dying moments to salvage an ill-deserved draw.
  • Whew ! It's a real scorcher today!
  • But all bets are off for the bluegrass scorchers as the band breaks out the banjo and guitar.
  • So with the weekend set to be another scorcher, join the bootylicious star in one of this season's must-haves. The Sun
  • Weather experts are predicting a scorcher of a summer - the government recently issued a heat-wave plan after the Met Office predicted that summer temperatures would exceed the 22 degrees centigrade average.
  • We all know the agony of returning to a sun-drenched car on a scorcher.
  • It was the middle of the summer, a real scorcher.
  • At full length he diverted a scorcher destined for the top corner over the bar.
  • This August heat of 1956 was a scorcher, she thought, while she preheated the oven. LASTING TREASURES
  • It's going to be another scorcher, so get out those shorts and slap on that sun screen because today's high is going to be in the triple digits, as it will be the rest of the week.
  • Whatever the cause, it appears 2003 is a scorcher worldwide.
  • However, when the cast comes off, Henry finds that his arm throws 100 + mph scorchers.
  • Four minutes later Meehan picked up a loose ball and hammered a scorcher into the top corner.
  • Yesterday I planted out two troughs of leaf beet seedlings, which I've covered in fleece and put somewhere where they will get some shade this afternoon since it's set to be another scorcher.
  • The new version by Opera Ireland at the Gaiety looks like a real scorcher.
  • It's a little scorcher that gets right to the heart of the tensions that arise in depressed communities when refugees arrive.
  • Not so much a summer scorcher, then, but a hot ticket that remains boisterously good fun for the undemanding multiplex-goers.
  • The 2003 scorcher - which is estimated to have caused 27,000 excess deaths across the continent - was the hottest for over 500 years.
  • July was a scorcher this year, with 18 days topping the 30 C mark.
  • On the tiniest of budgets, an absolute scorcher of a family pantomime is being staged at the Landor Theatre, Landor Road, Clapham North.
  • Then, with just five minutes of the half remaining, Keith Regan broke forward from the left side of midfield and let fly with a scorcher of a shot from twenty-five yards that gave David Feehan no chance at all in the Fahy goal.
  • Another scorcher today, but it's not too hot to knit.
  • The bowler let go a couple of scorchers.
  • In general, cool summer days beat real scorchers, and exceptionally frigid winters make for exceptionally high returns.
  • Anyhow, it's a scorcher of an afternoon, perfect for whiling away a couple of hours in the sunshine.
  • The Germans looked ropey at the back but their commitment to attack is commendable and they scored two absolute scorchers.
  • It was a hot and blistery morning promising to be another scorcher.
  • At full length he diverted a scorcher destined for the top corner over the bar.

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