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scorched

Very badly sunburned. Make sure you wear your sun block on the beach! You don't want to ruin your whole vacation by getting scorched on the very first day. I got so scorched after falling asleep in the hammock that I could barely move without it hurting.
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scorched

1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Who wants to go out and get scorched?
2. and singed (sɪndʒd) mod. having to do with hair burned while smoking marijuana. (Collegiate.) If you go to sleep, you’ll be singed for sure.
See also: scorch
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The all-ages festival will be held in the parking lot of Scorched Earth Brewing Co.
Four including two children and a woman were burnt to death while 10 others were scorched due to the blaze.
But changing the recurring future of a scorched earth depends on the deus ex machina of Trinity's father's time machine, which sends Emmy and the pure-blooded dragons a million years into the past.
Photos taken on Saturday morning show a large patch of scorched earth.
Pour 25ml of Makers Mark Bourbon into a shaking tin, also 25ml of Edmond Briottet apricot liqueur, two scorched lemon wedges and a generous dash of our homemade smoke bitters.
Tan is one source for Wilcox's clunky new book, Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam, the sequel to his 1983 book Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange, which profiled American war veterans who claimed to be suffering from the effects of wartime exposure to Agent Orange.
It's too bad bleaching cannot be effective with case coloring, but it can be with your scorched forend.
1 : to burn on the surface <The fire scorched the bottom of the pan.>
The sky over the land at Grindon Farm, near Haydon Bridge, was turned pink in the aftermath of a wildfire that left 10,000sqm of land scorched.
The Frazer Black-trained son of Teds Jo and Droopys Kate hadn't run since August, but this lightly raced speedster scorched around to beat Brief Silence by seven lengths in 18.45sec, an improvement of four spots on the old record set by Kilmalady Boy back in 2003.
In short: 1) the [C.sub.13]:[C.sub.12] ratios showed greatly diminished life immediately before and after global glaciation; 2) volcanic C[O.sub.2] wrapped Earth in a blanket of warmth causing rapid melting; 3) scorched air sucked up moisture and hyper-hurricanes spread sheets of acid rain on glacial rock dust and swept it into the oceans; 4) saturated oceans deposited cap carbonates all around our planet.
Goren-Inbar's team unearthed more than a dozen clusters of scorched flint artifacts at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov.
THE dramatic moment the scorched clothes of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman were found was relived yesterday.
Sparsely populated and virtually rainless, the desert plateau is made up of salt basins (salars) and lava flows melded into a desolate, lunar landscape scorched by day, chilled by night and blasted by strong winds.
But the opposition leader Yossi Sarid laid some of the blame on Sharon, saying: "You are leaving behind you a scorched land, a scorched country, and you are mainly leaving behind you scorched people.