- blistering ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of heat) intense. 2) (of criticism) very vehement. 3) (in sport) extremely fast, forceful, or impressive.DERIVATIVES blisteringly adverb.
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blisteringly — adverb see blistering … New Collegiate Dictionary
blisteringly — See blistering. * * * … Universalium
blisteringly — adverb In a blistering manner … Wiktionary
blisteringly — blis·ter·ing·ly … English syllables
blisteringly — adverb see blistering … Useful english dictionary
blistering — blisteringly, adv. /blis teuhr ing/, adj. 1. causing a blister or blisters. 2. (esp. of sunlight, heat, etc.) very severe or intense. 3. very fast or rapid: a blistering pace. n. 4. the act or an instance of forming a blister or blisters. 5. a… … Universalium
blistering — blis|ter|ing [ˈblıstərıŋ] adj 1.) extremely hot = ↑blazing ▪ the blistering heat of the desert 2.) blistering attack/criticism etc very critical remarks expressing anger and disapproval ▪ She launched into a blistering attack on her boss. 3.)… … Dictionary of contemporary English
blistering — adjective 1 extremely hot: the blistering heat of the desert 2 blistering attack/criticism etc very critical remarks expressing anger and disapproval: She launched into a blistering attack on her boss. blisteringly adverb: Cover up, as the sun… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
blistering — adjective Date: 1562 1. extremely intense or severe < blistering heat > 2. very rapid < a blistering pace > • blistering adverb • blisteringly adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
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