- burning brightly and with great heat, force, etc.
- of tremendous intensity or fervor: a performance of blazing ferocity.
Origin of blazing
Examples from the Web for blazingly
On blazingly hot days, Holbrooke reached camps for the displaced before Pakistani officials did.Richard Holbrooke's Last Mission in Afghanistan by David Rohde
November 26, 2011
Macdonald lowered his eyes from her blazingly indignant face.The Rustler of Wind River
G. W. Ogden
Regina was blazingly clever, interesting, and very nice with those to whom she happened to take a fancy.Loyal to the School
It was blazingly clear that he had indeed played with her—or, as she put it in her own mind: “He just stuffed me up all through.”The Lion's Share
E. Arnold Bennett
Small as it was, it was blazingly blue-white brilliant, and had a tiny planet of its own.The Colors of Space
Marion Zimmer Bradley
The sun soon drove away the early mists and beat down upon the two men mercilessly from a blazingly hot sky.Under Handicap
Word Origin and History for blazingly
late 14c., "shining," also "vehement," present participle adjective from blaze (v.1). As a mild or euphemistic epithet, attested from 1888 (no doubt connected with the blazes in colloquial sense of "Hell").