- v. archaic Third-person singular present simple form of scorch
- scorch + -eth (Wiktionary)
“Wah! the flashing of the Sword scorcheth them, and they scamper. ”
“For fire, saith  Xenophon, burns them alone that stand near it, or touch it; but this fire of love burneth and scorcheth afar off, and is more hot and vehement than any material fire:  Ignis in igne furit, 'tis a fire in a fire, the quintessence of fire.”
“The symptoms of the mind are superfluous and continual cogitations;  for when the head is heated, it scorcheth the blood, and from thence proceed melancholy fumes, which trouble the mind, Avicenna.”
“The piercing heate againe, that, scorcheth with such strength,”
“Then king Yudhishthira addressed Dhrishtadyumna and said, 'O mighty-armed one, dispose the troops in the array called Makara that scorcheth the foe.”
“They gather it when full-grown; then they bake it in an oven, which scorcheth the rind and makes it black; but they scrape off the outside black crust and there remains a tender thin crust and the inside is soft, tender and white, like the crumb of a penny loaf.”
“He scorcheth and burneth all to ashes the bodies of the knight and the horses.”
“The dragon's head turneth it toward his lord in great wrath, and scorcheth him and burneth him to dust, and thereafter departed up into the sky like lightning.”
“They gather it, when full grown, while it is green and hard; then they bake it in an oven, which scorcheth the rind and makes it black, but they scrape off the outside black crust, and there remains a tender thin crust; and the inside is soft, tender, and white, like the crumb of a penny-loaf.”
“It leaveth not anything unconsumed, neither doth it suffer anything to escape: it scorcheth men's flesh:”
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