Adjective "blazing" definition and examples



Definitions and examples


Very hot.
  1. 'It was a hot Thursday near the end of August; the sun was a blazing white eye.'
  2. 'In the blazing noonday sun, they linger in bus stops, near temples, hotels, supermarkets and glitzy shops fronts.'
  3. 'There was a cold air about her, even in the blazing heat of the sun.'
  4. 'He also commented on the lack of moisturiser as his skin burned, peeled and then peeled again in the blazing sun.'
  5. 'With the sun at its blazing best, can the thirst busters be far behind?'
  6. 'The dangers were highlighted as a 60p lighter combined with the blazing heat of the sun to destroy the interior of a car.'
  7. 'Farmer Peter MacSporran has proved more resilient even than the crops he has managed to grow under the blazing African sun.'
  8. 'The bare interiors and golden dust in the blazing heat outside are still lives in this visually captivating movie.'
  9. 'As the sun set, the blazing heat dissipated to be replace by chilling winds that whipped at the Traveler's clothes and cut down to his bones.'
  10. 'It was a fun way to pass the time, though, until lunch under the heat of the blazing sun.'
  11. 'she had a blazing row with Eddie and stormed out'
  12. 'Most of us have had a blazing argument with our partner at some time.'
  13. 'The sisters then started a blazing row with the judges.'
  14. 'Wimbledon Magistrates' Court in south-west London heard that he had driven after drinking following a blazing row with his son Calum.'
  15. 'Yes, we still had arguments, sometimes blazing rows, but knowing we were in this for the long haul, we sat down and talked about it - and I mean really talked.'
  16. 'Everyone stared at me while I was having a blazing quarrel with my father.'
  17. 'There has been a series of public outbursts, the most recent being a blazing row between Independent councillor Chris Jarvis and interim manager Andrew Flockhart.'
  18. 'The row began before Christmas when Councillor Jarvis threatened to resign after a blazing argument with a senior official during a meeting.'
  19. 'Still, Dale and Sheree had a blazing row about his sexuality.'
  20. 'In the absence of either a big beast or big ideas there is one more thing which can catch the public imagination during an election campaign - a blazing row.'
  21. 'Maguire reveals she had a blazing row with a priest who heard her confession in prison, because she would not ask for forgiveness for the offences for which she was convicted.'


1. burning brightly and with great heat, force, etc.

2. of tremendous intensity or fervor: a performance of blazing ferocity.

More examples(as adjective)

"rows can be blazing."

"fires can be blazing."

"suns can be blazing."

"houses can be blazing."

"cars can be blazing."

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