[ UK /sˈiəd/ ]
[ US /ˈsɪɹd/ ]
[ US /ˈsɪɹd/ ]
having the surface burned quickly with intense heat
the seared meat is then covered with hot liquid for braising
How To Use seared In A Sentence
- In the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins' evocative phrasing, ‘All is seared with trade; bleared, smeared with toil; and wears man's smudge and shares man's smell.’
- Teriyaki salmon was seared to a questionable degree of firmness and sat on a dais of tepid mash potato with a nastily commercial sticky teriyaki sauce.
- Top with the seared chicken, then sprinkle over the shredded mozzarella and tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times
- There was no hope for Mr. Bingley to be hers, and that knowledge seared her heart.
- Wanda (Puppet Master II) - The scene of her getting out of bed after sex and adjusting her undies is forever seared into my head. *Drool*
- For better or worse, Vietnam remains seared in our national consciousness.
- The tuna in question is a brick of sushi-grade bluefin toro, seared on one side only.
- I've seen the footage countless times, yet it is not the whole four minutes from start to finish which are seared on to my memory, but the single image of Coe's contorted face and uplifted arms as he crosses the finishing line.
- Even though the sun was near the horizon, it still sent out waves of intense heat that seared the ground until it was bone dry.
- The address was seared on my memory --- 5 (a) Artemis Road --- I'd seen it on the estate agents ' blurb. RESCUING ROSE