If a shirt bosom or any other article has been scorched in ironing, lay it where bright sunshine will fall directly on it.
"The Ladies Book of Useful Information" by Anonymous
A poignant shame enveloped and scorched the girl's body.
"The Fighting Edge" by William MacLeod Raine
While unduly exerting himself beneath a scorching sun, the farmer would no doubt perish if he did not perspire.
"When Life Was Young" by C. A. Stephens
Forests were scorched to a cinder.
"The Book of the National Parks" by Robert Sterling Yard
The scorching contempt in the pale, ugly little eyes of W. Keyse!
"The Dop Doctor" by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
Roast beef and mutton, if not previously cooked too much, are nice cut in slices, and just scorched on a gridiron.
"The American Housewife" by Anonymous
He flattened his body against the tree as the scorching heat reached his skin.
"With Hoops of Steel" by Florence Finch Kelly
Then dry'd the scorching fire From arid Lybia all her fertile streams.
"The Metamorphoses of Publius Ovidus Naso in English blank verse Vols. I & II" by Ovid
Mollie turned a scorched cheek to her.
"Lover or Friend" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
Scorched linen may be restored by means of the following application.
"The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
Still the rapt faces
Glow from the furnace:
Breath of the smithy
Scorches their brows.
"England My Mother" by William Watson
Yet rolled again in hot July
When all my days are done
And cool to greet the weary eye
After the scorching sun.
"What The Snow Man Said" by Vachel Lindsay
We pray in vain!
The sullen sky flings down its blaze of brass;
The joys of life all scorched and withering pass;
I shall not weep again.
"Lagrimas" by John Hay
O'er the hills, through the dales I wander,
Where the shy sweet streamlets call,
Following each clear sunbeam,
Whether scorching or kind it fall.
"Autumn Days" by Franz Emanuel August Von Geibel
There lay in the shade of a cypress tree,
A pilgrim dark from a far country;
His eyes were bright with a subtle flame,
And his brow seem'd scorch'd with woe and shame;
He lay beneath the cypress tree,
And thus to the cold moon chanted he:—
"The Maniac's Song" by Peter John Allan
I follow the silver spears flung from the hands of dawn.
Through silence, through singing of stars, I journey on and on:
The scattered fires of the sun, blown wide ere the day be done,
Scorch me hurrying after the swift white feet of my fawn.
"Angus The Lover" by Anna Johnston MacManus
No one could have guessed we would have such a positive response the day after a big holiday and with the scorching heat.
Enlarge Jesse U Bair/The News of Cumberland County Tex Powell wipes the sweat from his face as he works in the scorching heat in Vineland on Saturday July 7, 2012.
Scorching heat, dry conditions stifle July 4 celebrations.
Later in the week I met up with Kerr at a cafe called Scorch-O-Rama (that it overlooks Scorching Bay doesn't quite make the name forgivable).
A coin-sized scorch — an absence.
New Yorkers Monday enjoyed a scorching Memorial Day , honoring fallen soldiers while trying to take refuge from the heat.
The fire has scorched about six square miles.
The latest wildfire in the Northwest has continued to grow, scorching nearly 5,000 acres southwest of Omak, Wash.
Scorch Fat and Work Every Muscle in 1 Move.
A trio of wildfires scorched thousands of acres in the eastern half of the county Tuesday, resulting in two volunteer firefighters being sent to a local hospital.
Persistent wildfires scorch state.
OKC implemented then rescinded a water-rotation program last week, and it might not be the last restriction during this scorching summer.
Share Hundreds of millions of Muslims prepare for Ramadan in scorching summer heat.
Muslims prepare for tough Ramadan in scorching heat.
It's a scorching late afternoon in mid-July.