verb (used with object), singed, singe·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM singesinge·ing·ly, adverbun·singed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH singesingeing , singing
Example sentences from the Web for singe
Should you prefer a more subtle singe, you can remove the ribs and seeds when dicing the pepper.This vegan soup gathers greens, grains and peanut butter in one spicy bowl|Aaron Hutcherson|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
Their bodies were found singed in the burnt-out car in which they were killed.
I may not have burned bridges,” Romney told Scott, “but a few of them were singed and smoking.Biographer Recounts Romney’s Many Trips to Mormon Church to Discuss Social Issues|Wayne Barrett|May 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His perfect pedigree was singed by stories in The New York Times that he exaggerated his Vietnam War record.Midterm Madness: McCain, Reid, & 10 Hot Races to Watch|Samuel P. Jacobs|August 22, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Stunned and singed, you went below decks and helped jettison bombs.
Red-hot cinders he highly relished, though in obtaining them he frequently singed off his moustaches.The Animal Story Book|Various
An odor of singed flesh drifted up from the ashes on the sand.The Judas Valley|Gerald Vance
Drake sailed into Cadiz harbour, and "singed the don's whiskers," but the vast preparations went on.
The damage amounted to two blankets singed and dirtied, Jones's face scorched and hair singed, and Kennedy, one finger jammed.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
If this fail to extort a confession, he is singed to death with red-hot stones.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham