Examples of scorcher in a Sentence
Tomorrow is going to be a real scorcher.
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What had been a brisk morning melted into a spring-break scorcher, leaving me peeling off my wool Supreme coat en route to the Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca.
The eight-member band, led by music director and piano player Dan Rodriguez, pulls out all the stops (their performance of the Entr’acte is a particular scorcher).
The weather was so dismal Monday that a Boston Globe story debated whether the conditions rivaled a 100-degree scorcher in 1905 as the worst in history.
The Broncos nearly pulled off a shocker against USC, but eventually wilted on a scorcher of a day, 49-31.
But unfortunately for the dudes who'll be on the field and the fans in the stands, Game 1 is going to be a scorcher of an affair ... literally.
But when the day did come to unveil it, the heat of a July scorcher in 1998 forced Kershaw and Dorris to move the celebrations to a nearby high-school gymnasium.
West Ham's official Twitter account posted a short video of Hernandez taking part in a drill and the scorcher that Chicharito produced should encourage West Ham fans.
Bailey Loosemore/CJ Make plans to stay inside or find a way to cool down ahead of time, because the National Weather Service is expected a scorcher in the coming days.
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Definition of scorcher for English Language Learners
: a very hot day
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