Examples of scalding in a Sentence
The men worked in the scalding sun.
a scalding bowl of soup
Recent Examples of scalding from the Web
There are additional hazards as lava enters the ocean, including the scalding, hot water, said Ken Rubin, the department chair of geology and geophysics at the University of Hawaii.
The scalding hot summer days heat up the soil, the summer breezes blow and our precious soil water floats away on the breeze.
Portions of Asia also experienced some extreme heat: In southern Pakistan, the town of Nawabshah soared to a scalding 122.4 degrees on April 30, which may have been the warmest April temperature on record for the globe, according to Meteo France.
But court records obtained by local news station KTVU allege Rogers burned her children with scalding water, shot them with a BB gun and crossbows and waterboarded them as punishment.
The Fairfield parents who allegedly tortured their 10 children are accused of waterboarding, shooting crossbows and BB guns at them and using scalding water to inflict pain, according to a new filing released Wednesday.
One resident was burned on his or her head, shoulder, back and elbow when a caregiver apparently doused the resident with scalding water that had been heated in a microwave.
Othello’’ before a white director as a vehicle for a scalding meditation on race.
The Steamboat Geyser at Yellowstone National Park can spout 300 feet of scalding water into the air, a feature of the world's tallest active geyser.
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SCALDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scalding for English Language Learners
: very hot
: very critical : very harsh or severe
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