Definitions

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  • adj. Torrid; passionate; scorching.

Etymologies

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scorch +‎ -y

Examples

  • However, it's darn good fluff if not too scorchy yet, either, so here goes:

    Getting back on an even keel...

  • Like a commercial he remembers watching after the bullet tapped a hole above his eye and did a scorchy little dance in his crane crane cranium.

    THE DEVIL’S TEARDROP

  • Franny's clam pizza (US$17) is a scorchy, smoky, bubble-crusted, living, breathing piece of food art glazed with a mixture of cream and clam juice, spiked with chilli and scattered with freshly cooked littleneck clams.

    IndyBlogs

  • a scorchy look in the eyebrows, but full of strength and appetite as ever, turned round at her entrance.

    Verner's Pride

  • I want my trunk to squirt water through when it gets hot, as I think the sun is going to be very scorchy to-day. "

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

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