Definitions

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  • adverb In a steaming manner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In my view, it should be served very steamingly, scaldingly hot, and eaten with a spoon.

    Toast:

  • In my view, it should be served very steamingly, scaldingly hot, and eaten with a spoon.

    Semi-humble Fish Pie

  • Well, not to get _too_ graphic, but now you know what can sometimes trigger supernovas, black holes, and other steamingly silly cosmological phenomena...

    Posthuman Blues

  • Can you feel how steamingly, scorchingly, achingly hot it is jostling down Canal Street around 2pm?

    8/30/02 Tessa flew to Los

  • Can you feel how steamingly, scorchingly, achingly hot it is jostling down Canal Street around 2pm?

    8/16/02 Can you get a

  • The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.

    Gone with the Wind

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