verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of scorch
SYNONYMS FOR scorch
Related formsun·scorched, adjectivewell-scorched, adjective
Examples from the Web for scorch
One of the reasons I did that Twitter feed is that I want the truth to come out, all the truth, so I can scorch the earth.Porn Professor Hugo Schwyzer Comes Clean About His Twitter Meltdown and Life as a Fraud|Richard Abowitz|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And with too little bacon in the pan, not enough fat renders quickly enough and the bacon will scorch.
Speculation: The scorch might have been made by radioactivity attendant upon the resurrection.
If the scorch on the Shroud is the result of radiation, it could have been radiation that reconstituted the dead body.
The first shot flew high into the air but the scorch of the fire stung the face of the man over him.The Triumph of John Kars|Ridgwell Cullum
Care however must be taken not to let them dry and scorch, as it makes them very strong and unwholesome.
That kiss seemed to scorch her lips with a fire she had never dreamed of.One Day|Anonymous
At any rate you ought to have remembered it when Scorch was talking that day.A Little Miss Nobody|Amy Bell Marlowe
The original Time Signatures have been retained in the Scorch web pages and in the pdf files.