The heat seared her flesh and made her wince with pain.
His brilliant eyes seared her soul like fire.
Cursed be this drop of acid which seared his heart: envy.
Faces seared and crumpled with weight of years and nights of debauchery.
And only to-day an incident had happened that seared his soul.
Pages of burning reproaches which seared the soul of the man who read them.
What to him was wind or tempest, when his brain was seared with flame?
The sordid duplicity, the rank treachery of it seared and scorched.
It seared the eyes; sparks danced when they turned to the earth again.
The garment was seared and scorched, and rank with the odor of smoke.
The name was there, seared by hot iron in that slab of wood.
Ray turned on him with a look that would have seared the Sphinx.
Unless something happened, and that quickly, they would be seared to a crisp.
It was in August and dry so that the prairie was quiteseared over.
The bullet seared Martin's cheek.
Like a brand of fire, every word seared the reader's brain.
A new phase of his danger seared like a flame across the brain of Beaudry.
Definition of Seared
blackened by heat; scorched; burned | simple past tense and past participle of sear
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