Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A fish, Elopssaurus, closely related to the tarpon, found on both coasts of the warm and tropical parts of America.

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Examples

  • In fact, she has a strong connection to the region, being a Washingtonian by birth and the granddaughter of late Washington Post sportswriter Shirley Povich, and is very excited about seering her business expand to the region.

    The Next New Truck in Town

  • Beverly and I are thrown to the floor, and I feel a seering pain.

    Borg Cultural Exchange (Part Three)

  • We have funded films like The Devil Came on Horseback, a seering documentary about the genocide in Darfur to Freeheld a doc about a lesbian couple in NJ, one of whom is dying and wants to leave her benefits from the police department to her partner.

    Supporting Women Filmmakers

  • It's not until some genius sits down with 30 family members at a picnic table and tips back an ice-cold Spetznaz Stout in the seering August heat while devouring cold-smoked brisket and says "You know, I would have never guessed it, but the chocolate and coffee notes and the full body of this stout are perfect with this bbq" that the world knows of this genius pairing.

    A Week of Grilling And Beer - Day 3

  • But in Whitson's case, one of the pieces mysteriously hung on too long, sending the Soyuz toward earth catawampus, exposing unshielded parts of the capsule to the seering heat of reentry.

    CNN Transcript May 2, 2008

  • Yesterday, the esteemed Dkos diarist Jerome A Paris wrote a seering diary on how the Reality War ™ was a lost cause.

    Winning the War on Reality

  • This is you hiding from the eternal Florida sun's seering gaze.

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • Suddenly, I feel two pairs of eyes seering into me.

    Unlawful Common Knowledge : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • There were profuse apologies and seering anger towards her inept new staff who did not know how vitally important it is not to piss off the corporate client. (that's me).

    wilberteets Diary Entry

  • Now I find myself wondering how a middle ages Dave Sim would have woven Aardvark Comment, or how an Alan Moore would have delivered a seering political tapestry about a Norman Britain and a single peasant revolutionary

    Whiteboards on the walls.

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