1. a surface burn
2. a plant disease that produces a browning or scorched appearance of plant tissues
3. a discoloration caused by heat
1. make very hot and dry;
2. become superficially burned;
3. destroy completely by or as if by fire;
4. burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color;
5. become scorched or singed under intense heat or dry conditions;
The maid scorch the shirt in ironing it.
He is but a legend, and your hooves will not scorch one blade of Sylanna's grass.
Demons often used a powerful magical fire that would scorch everything alive around them.
Kurt watched the Pelicans fire their jets and scorch the grass.
I could not wash away the mark of the scorch.
Improved Scorch: This talent no longer triggers effects that trigger on casting a spell.
The Leaves of Grass won't be censored , just let it be rich or scorch naturally.
Scorch vegetation to make catalytic injury, Hill collapse dried up broken stone bridge.
It is our chemicals that scorch the children and our bombs that level the villages.
Young drivers often scorch on the street.
To scorch or sear with heat.
Toss it off, don't leave any heeltap, scorch your throat and be happy.
This material will scorch easily if it is too near the fire.
That none of all the fires shall scorch and shred.
The meat is likely to scorch if you leave it cooking too long.
To burn, ignite, or scorch ( something ) with a flame.
That material will scorch easily if it is too near the fire.
Make it aleatoric burn, then it can scorch a heart.
If any of the spray goes onto the lawn it will scorch the grass.
The leaves are inclined to scorch in hot sunshine.
There is relatively little information about scorch, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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