serioseriasant, seriasech, seria, seria’, seriaf, seriai, seriais, seriaist, serian, seriant, seriasai, seriych, seri, seriasem, seriasent, seriasid, seriasit, seriasoch, seriasom, seriaswn, serid, seriech, seried, seriem, serien, serient, serier, series, seriest, seriet, seriff, serio, serioch, seriodd, seriom, serion, seriont, serir, serith, seriwch, seriwn, seriwyd, seriwyf
Verb(1) make very hot and dry(2) become superficially burned(3) burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color(4) cause to wither or parch from exposure to heat
Adjective(1) (used especially of vegetation
(1) The sudden attack shocked him, and he felt pain sear up his leg as he stepped away.(2) Season the frogs' legs, dip in the eggs, coat with the bread crumbs, and sear on both sides until golden brown about three minutes.(3) Heat a small amount of oil in a pan and sear scallops lightly on each side.(4) This allows food to sear and cook quickly, which augments flavors.(5) Lightly press both sides of the tuna into the sea salt and coarsely cracked black pepper, and sear the tuna on one side until browned.(6) The unique characteristic of this charcoal is that it can heat up to a very high temperature, which helps sear the meat and lock in its juice.(7) Season ribs with salt and pepper and sear until golden brown on all sides.(8) Lightly coat sweetbreads in flour and sear until golden brown and crisp.(9) Season chickens and sear until brown on all sides, remove from pot and set aside.(10) In a heavy frying pan, briskly sear the steaks on one side until well browned, turn once and cook briefly for a medium-rare result.(11) He offers this simple tenderloin - quickly sautÔö£┬«ed to sear the outside but not melt the marbling inside - for a special holiday meal.(12) Approaching the small township of Pripyat, downwind from the disaster, we passed through a belt of pinewoods, sere and withered, the needles distorted as if scorched by unseen flame.(13) He bent his head and seared her lips with a kiss that burned to her core.(14) The high pastureland was lush with grass, sere now after the summer's heat.(15) Pain seared throughout her entire body, he had cut her chest with his now long claws.(16) This cooking method allows small pieces of food to be seared and cooked very superficially, thus retaining their texture and flavour.
(1) sere :: sere
1. scorch ::
2. flash-fry ::
3. hurt ::
4. char ::
5. singe ::
6. parch ::
Different Formssear, seared, searing, sears
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