sear in Engels
v. scar, burn, brand; scorch, parch; harden, become callous or unfeeling; become parched or scorched
adj. parched, dry, withered
And my time as a prosecutor seared in me a very simple lesson: In the fight for justice and equality, all of us are really interconnected.
The images of that year are seared in our memory.
A woman was arrested yesterday for leaving a baby unattended in her car in searing heat.
At first daub there had been no sensation, then an instant later pain seared his flesh as the chemicals in the paste reacted.
Below it, a faintly scratched date seared the thing into my brain: 1490.
Deep in green underwater silence, Sheila floated through a cloud of bubbles, fire searing her lungs.
He hobbled across the room, almost slipping halfway there but righting himself with a searing twinge.
It shot out in a thin, searing line northward toward the unfortunate city of Targos.
It was made of plaster, he said, and had come in pieces from Sears, Roebuck.
Jonathan looked at his left hand; it had always seemed as if Melissa’s searing touch should have left a mark.